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|This is the Mineral Fusions erra Cotta Color Stick. This is a peach-pink.|
For a sheer wash of fresh color, you got to love a cream blush for the believable flush it can give your cheeks. Anyone with a dry complexion like myself would appreciate that moist radiance even more. It can provide a “non-makeup” look, but also for the wonderful way this blush form feels against the skin.
I had the chance to try Mineral Fusion’s Glow & Go 3-in-1 Color Sticks in Terra Cotta and Rosette. This mineral formulated cream blush stick is one that you can feel really good using. With healthier ingredients to benefit the skin to repair, protect and soothe like pomegranate and white tea, vitamins, licorice root extract, aloe leaf juice and mineral pigments, they beautify while caring for the complexion without risking it to more dangerous chemicals.
|Here is Rosette Color Stick, which is a great pink without any orange tones.|
I liked the lightweight formula of these blush sticks and how easily they melted into the skin, leaving a beautiful breath of airy, natural color to my complexion with a delicate shimmer and no sparkling flecks. They also wear quite well.
|Rosette is closest to my wrist with Terra Cotta on the right. Look at that beaming color.|
Rosette is a nice brighter pink that gives cheeks that ideal glow to enliven your complexion. Anyone can wear this beautiful color.
Terra Cotta is just as lovely, and with the same depth of color, only this choice will give you more of a peach-toned pink glow while also brightening your cheeks with soft gleam.
There are also other colors choices in this line, Berry Glow and Magnetic, which are shimmer free. They retail for $19.99. Mineral Fusion 3-in-1 Color Sticks are available on the company’s website or Whole Foods Markets, but do think of trying these two shimmer shades especially for that lit up glow!
*Disclaimer: Free product was provided to facilitate this review–not my opinion.*