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Mineral Makeup Blush - Poppy Shade

This is a luscious soft Apricot with a hint of Gold reflecting the lovely hues of a field of poppies blowing in the wind. This will be cherished by women with light, medium, or tan skin. Looks great on cool, warm, olive or neutral complexions. Poppy will truly brighten your face and bring warmth to cool skin tones. A FAVORITE with dark blondes, brunettes and redheads.

Net Wt. 3 g. / 0.10 oz.

$21.00
(3 reviews) Write a Review

Ingredients:

Oryza Sativa (Rice) Starch, Zinc Oxide, Methicone, Mica, Kaolin Clay, Boron Nitride, [Mica CI 77019], [Iron Oxides CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499], May Contain +/- [Ultramarines CI 77007]

3 Reviews

  • 5
    Great Look

    Posted by Maggie Dodd NM on 1st May 2014

    I was surprised by this shade. I thought due to the apricot tone it might be too bright or orangy but it transformed my fair skin. It brightened my cheeks and really warmed up my face and it especially toned down my mild rosacea. Very happy with the result.

  • 3
    To orangey for my complexion.

    Posted by Donna on 28th Feb 2014

    quality. But wrong color for me.

    OUR RESPONSE

    Donna finding the correct color is important to women. We always wish to convey color descriptions accurately. Poppy is definitely a shade that leans quite apricot so the result would have this effect on someone with cooler skin tones. If it isn't something your were going for, perhaps something more neutral or with pinkish blue undertone will work best. Always feel free to contact us so we can guide you in the best direction for best results for your specific skin tone. Thank you.

  • 5
    Beautiful blush tone

    Posted by Maria E. - Dallas, TX on 27th Sep 2013

    I can't say enough about this shade. I have tried many different mineral blushes and they all either streaked or didn't last or looked fake. This blush blends really nicely and the color is superb. I am latina and this truly does brighten my cheeks without looking orange.