This Spring we see the launch of two new blushers from Suqqu. Part of the Chiffon collection, they have been added to the permanent line.
Blushers are often difficult for me, I'm not blessed with good skin so
they often look patchy and can highlight my redness, however Suqqu
blushers are a really beautiful thing and are amongst my favourites.
They have a really lightweight texture, smooth in feel and apply
impeccably on the skin, one of the few blushers that need no
Mizuhanamoya #04 (£38) contains two shades of pink, one a
cooler toned satin finish and the other deeper in tone with a warm
gentle glow finish. Both shades are softly pigmented and last all
day on me. The finish looks natural, yet impacts a healthy sheen.
Swatched below the left then right side then both combined:
other blusher released, Yawakohaku #03, contains an orange tone, though
I initially thought I wouldn't need it, after seeing how beautifully the
shades combined in this post here by the lovely Bellyhead I will have to
purchase it as well.
Overall this is a first class blusher which is a pleasure
to use. Whilst the colour doesn't necessarily scream unique its the
application and finish that makes this top notch. Its worth mentioning
that the accompanying brush is a very good quality, unlike a lot of the
throw away brushes that many brands supply with their products.
I bought this from http://www.selfridges.com