Lunasol is a high end Japanese brand that rarely gets it wrong – quality and innovation they have in equal mix.
I was sent a Lunasol blusher of my choice to try – my usual choice errs toward the side of beige/gold/peach so I went for something with an intriguing name instead – Reddish Beige.
Lunasol Coloring Cheeks comes in two parts (a lot of Japanese brands do this) – one side is the empty case and the other is the powder. Therefore you can keep the case and change the colours in the future if you wish.
Note: This means you have to buy the case separately – this applies for a lot of the Japanese foundations that come in cases too.
The Coloring Cheeks set comes with a deep colour, a mid tone then a highlighter. You can use it on its own or swirled together.
Reddish Beige is an absolutely gorgeous colour. Beautiful.
The deepest side is a mixture of pale red, orange and a hint of peach. It’s like the perfect summery shade – it’s not as subtle as a pale peach but it’s not so dark that it overwhelms you. It’s like a peach with a tan.
The two lighter sides create a subtle highlight when swirled into the blusher.
I also like the brush that comes with the compact! I usually hate these kind of brushes, but this one is quite full and soft.
I like how pigmented but sheer this product is; it definitely shows up on my medium skintone but it feels like its quite hard to over apply.
It’s also free of any glitter which is good – I’m quite anti chunky glitter at the moment so this one is perfect.
On the cheek:
Love this blush! Next time I will try something like a cool pink.
You can buy it here.