Took me a while to say goodbye to this gorgeous design. I didn’t want to mess up the pretty pan.
Is it just me (probably), but doesn’t it look a little astronomical/sci-fi?
Whoa! Did you see that? I thought I saw a satellite fly by…
I actually don’t think it’s supposed to be interstellar. I think Clarins was going for graphic design.
I like it — the contrasting lines and circles. Very artsy-fartsy, isn’t it?
I must say…kudos to Clarins for being so consistent with their limited edition blushes. I can pretty much always count on them to 1) never leave me looking like a deranged clown, 2) smell great (this one smells like jasmine) and 3) be really easy to use.
Opalescence Face & Blush Powder ($40) is no exception.
Technically, it’s designed to be used as an all-over face powder, a contour powder and a blush. Just dust the matte pinkish beige on your shiny spots, sculpt your cheekbones with the matte tan, and add a little color to the apples of your cheeks with the matte coral. (The shimmery gold, by the way, is an overspray and disappears after the first few swipes.)