Starting from the top
MAC Tenderling: this is a light rosy tan blush that is very sculpting which I like because sometimes it’s hard to wear lots of bronzer in the fall. So this is perfect for giving color to the cheeks as well as sculpting them
Hourglass Luminous Flush: this is actually a light mauve plum in my opinion. It looks a lot darker in the pan but it’s actually really wearable and universal.
The Balm Frat Boy: this blush is really pigmented and most of the time a go to color for me when nothing else works. It’s a neutral pink probably a little on the cooler side of the spectrum. It also blends and applies really nice as well.
Makeup Geek Spellbound: this is also I think a neutral pink. It’s a really pretty blush by itself but in the summer it works well with coupled with other colors. I find when you’re paler it’s glowy in the sense it makes you look healthy and not like you’re wearing blush.
The first picture it’s top left Tenderling, top right Luminous Flush, bottom left Frat Boy, bottom right Spellbound.
Same goes for the 2nd picture top-bottom Tenderling, Luminous Flush, Frat Boy, Spellbound
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