Looking Flushed

Another fotd friday post. It has been the first week of consistently nice weather, hurray!

This week I've rediscovered the Chantecaille Just Skin (I love how lightweight it feels on the skin) and experimenting with the Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder (which I like, but it's not life changing). 

I've also been dabbling with cream blushes and the Revlon Photoready blush in Flushed has been the one I've reached for most this week. Flushed is a beautiful bright fuchsia pink, no shimmer, and easy to blend for a natural look. The more I use this, the more I love it. It also works great as a base to a less pigmented blush. The Real Techniques Stippling brush is my favourite for cream blushes. It deposits the right amount of product & it's so easy to blend with.

The lip product of my choice has been the Giorgio Armani Rouge D'Armani Sheer in #301. A sheer coral. I think you all know by now how obsessed I am with these. They're so moisturizing! As long as I have this on me, I'm not worried about bringing a lip balm. Pigmentation varies by shade -- some have better colour pay off than others but they're still my favourite.

I'm a little gutted by the messy bullet though. It scrapes against the inside of the tube whenever I go to apply it. Who else cringes when this happens?


  1. Which shade is your Hourglass Ambient Lighting powder?

    By the way, Sephora still have the Becca sheer foundation for 10$ (only the shade Nude, which I know you use), it's probably a mistake but you might want to grab a back up at that price!

  2. My gosh! what a gorgeous lip color xx

  3. You make me want to try out a Giorgio Armani Sheer so badly! I love the look of this coral one, and I know you own a pink one that looks gorgeous on you as well. You look beautifully flushed