Since only reddish blushes look good on me, I’ve always avoided Jill’s pink ones, but when a red limited edition product was released, I bought it. I think the attached brush is too small, because it makes the color uneven, so I have to use a fluffier brush from another store to apply. After that, I use the attached brush to add on a top coat to get a nice gloss. I wouldn’t be able to get that gloss with the other brush, so the attached one is still pretty useful. #105 looks like a monochromatic red, but if you mix all four colors together, it becomes a rose pink. After mixing the colors and applying, I just put an overlay of red. #09 seems like a strong bordeaux, but if you mix the four colors it becomes a light, deep color. Since it’s not an overwhelming bordeaux, it’s good for most situation.
This blush palette contains 4 shades with different textures for a unique mix. It creates a soft, subtle cheek for a healthy-looking complexion. It features Essence in Base, a hydrating powder that melts into the skin for a natural finish. Fragrance of crystal floral bouquet.