Laura Geller’s Blush-N-Brighten blushes are baked, marbleized pigments that are swirled together. Starting out as a multi-colour liquid they become a rich silky powder after baking for 24 hours in a terracotta pan. They are mineral oil and paraben free and are loaded with the age-fighting, anti-oxidant protection of Centella Asiatica and White Tea – Wow!
Golden Apricot is a beautiful mix of golds, dark pinks, corals, peaches and apricots. It’s a really pretty colour with very fine shimmer and it applies like a dream. This is a lot like MAC’s Mineralized Skinfinishes, but seems to be even more pigmented and goes on more smoothly. This colour looks especially amazing on warm skintones, but with the right amount, I think anyone could pull this off! Not to mention that it’d be gorgeous as an eyeshadow!
I would love to get my hands on more of these and definitely recommend this to anyone, especially those of you who are fans of MAC’s MSFs, you really won’t be disappointed. :)
Swatch, with flash (really should take pics during the day in natural light, ah well):