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Flashback Friday (July 2012)

Kevyn Aucoin The Creamy Glow 'Euphoria' - www.modenmakeup.com
posted on our Facebook page July 24, 2012
Kevyn Aucoin The Creamy Glow 'Euphoria'

This was a real itty bitty haul. I was totally sold on this product by Wayne Goss' review. Before this, my only experience with cream blushes had been the ones from NYX.

Sadly, I really haven't used it much; hence why it's in the Project 15 Pan

Kevyn Aucoin The Creamy Glow 'Euphoria' - www.modenmakeup.com

Since then though, I've been putting it to work.

Kevyn Aucoin The Creamy Glow 'Euphoria' - www.modenmakeup.com

For application I like to use small duo fibre brushes like the e.l.f Small Stipple Brush or the M.A.C 130.

M.A.C 130 (left) vs. e.l.f Small Stipple Brush (right) Sorry I used it today!

The formula settles down to a kindda powder finish; I say kindda because the glow definitely remains even after you powder over it. 'Euphoria' can be worn alone as a soft rosy flush of colour on the skin or as a base for a similar or complementary powder shade.

Don't forget that cream products have a shorter shelf life than powder ones. So please don't leave ignore them.

What blushes have you been loving lately?

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