Warmed MSF-great for a nice, natural glow on brown beauties or a great bronzer for lighter chicas. It warms the skin. I'll use this as a bronzer.
Light Flush- this takes you on a makeup fantasy voyage. A great pigmented pink, with orange-descence (pretty gold, glowy orange.) I couldn't capture it's beauty with my cam. MandyPandy gave some insight that on her fair and cool toned skin, this didn't work out for her, but against warmer skintones she feels it's awesome. Apple Diva said it's 'magical'... I agree. I would buy a backup, but I have quite a few MSF's that I'm no where close to finishing.
You know what, just go into the store and let them put it on you. That's the only way you'll see what we mean. Be sure to be in adequate lighting. Go outside in natural light even!
(Clockwise from top): Light Flush, Northern Lights, and Warmed.
I added Northern Light MSF in there because most who've been following these releases, may be skeptical of Light Flush thinking 'that looks exactly like Northern Light MSF from the Flashtronic collection.' To the naked eye, yes, but swatched... totally different! When I first got NL, I thought, 'a nice pinky highlight' since I don't have many pink blushes. Now, compared to LF, I consider NL a light, subtle, peachy glow. I'm so glad I have both!
Here are the actual pans.
(Light Flush, boo not much veining!)
(Warmed, the veining isn't chunky glitter nor is it really any shimmer)
The #187 brush is perfect for MSFs or a super fluffy blusher brush!