Disclaimer: I LOVE F.R.I.E.N.D.S and make a lot of references to this show and thus, this is my story of buying a blush based only and only on its name alone. Read more now…
The pigmentation on this blush is deep and beautiful, I’m genuinely in love with its packaging, name and color pay off. Two Faced has been killing it recently with eye-shadow palettes and it is not a surprise when their blush and bronzer duos knock it out of the park.
When it comes to texture, the formula is more hard set (Considering one color almost seeps into each other), however, on the skin, the bronzer is much sheer (er) and smooth with application. Bear in mind, use a soft synthetic brush as it will pick up just the right amount of product.
The color of this bronzer is more pink-toned than orangy (compared to the other shade in this range named Carrie & Big). The hue will compliment anyone with olive/warm skin-tone and will transfer well on medium skin-tones and slightly deeper complexions. I will not recommend this shade on very deep / very pale skin tones.
The blush engraved inside the bronzer is where my issues begin with the product. The space is too small to only pick up the center shade and I always end up taking some bronzer on the apples of my cheeks. To avoid all of the hassle, I usually pick up a large brush and swirl it in the pot and take it on tops of my cheek bones. This gives the perfect hint of tint and a summery glow! Check out my look with this bronzer here.
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