Hourglass Mood Exposure Ambient Lighting Blush: Review & Swatches

This is one pricey little blush, but *spoiler alert* it's worth every penny. The retail price is $35, so by far it is the most expensive blush I own.
.15 oz / 4.3 g

ingredients

sleek metallic packaging

Mood Exposure
Name is based on the ambient lighting powder mixed with blush tones.
Contains the mood light luminous powder.

  • Silky smooth powder, one of the finest milled blushes I own
  • Provides a soft glow, very natural flush to the cheeks
    • No harsh sparkles, enough glow to make it seem not flat matte
  • Flattering mauve
    • Looks good on every skintone
  • Each blush has a unique marbled pattern
  • Wears all day
    • I have no problem with fading
  • Very buildable
    • Not super intense when swatched
      • Packs a punch if using a dense brush, very soft product
Overall,
I looove this blush! I can't believe it took me so long to review it. I suggest going and swatching these for yourself, at least to admire the sheer delight swatching the color provides. This is a fairly expensive product, but a little does go quite a ways. If you want a fall blush, or even just an "everyday" blush, and you have the money to spare--do yourself a favor and check it out!

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