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When the company was up and open and business-as-usual, no closure news loomed on the horizon, I decided against this blush color. Yes, I gravitate toward cooler blushes; and I love Aromaleigh v1's Borealis which is too purple for some folks to use, even if it is a pale purple. But this…I couldn't think of a way that I could safely wear this one. So I left it be. Then HovercatMittens posted looks on her blog where she used this blush, and it looked fantastic!! Her coloring isn't very similar - I have blue eyes, hers are rich brown; I have blonde-ish hair, she's a definite brunette; I think her skintone might be a little darker than mine, -=but=- she has cool undertones. (And this color, along with everything else in Aromaleigh v1's inventory, was on deep discount.)
This applies less heavily and less obviously than Sinisterrouge (my other final-blush purchase from Aromaleigh.) I think I can get some interesting effects - and have best success with this color - if I both apply it softly, and layer it with paler pinks or corals to mute and soften the purple.
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