Quite possibly my favourite of the bunch – Deep Throat, despite its cheeky name is a gorgeous pinky/peach with a soft shimmer. It’s like Orgasm but easier to wear and more subtle. It’s a nice, everyday blush that I often find myself going to if I’ve got too much choice. No wonder I’ve almost hit pan.
Gina is an unusual shade for me, it’s a matte tangerine shade that blends beautifully into the skin to add warmth in all the right places. It’s easier to wear than you’d think, it’s not at all overpowering as its more of a subtle vibrancy. Partnered with a highlighter, this shade looks incredible.
This shade is a little scary in the pan I’ll admit but it’s a very pigmented rosy pink that adds the perfect pop of colour on the cheeks. As Mata Hari is so pigmented, a little goes a long way as it is easy to over apply. It blends nicely and lasts well on the cheeks.
Seriously scary in the pan but a beautiful wine shade, Seduction is an intensely pigmented blush. I find I have to tap off the excess (clearly didn’t in the snap above) but its easy to blend and suits most skin tones especially darker ones.
Often over looked, Amour is the ultimately peachy toned pink that, like Gina is a matte shade what’s easy to blend and wears well. Shamefully, I often forget about this shade but it is a good go-to colour.