Fusion Beauty SculptDiva Blush in Crave
Back in the day (um, like, the ’80s and ’90s), most gals got their anti-aging benefits through skincare products, but today lines like Fusion Beauty are pushing the anti-aging envelope with makeup.
For the patient beauty lover, the company’s new cream-to-powder SculptDiva blushes are supposed to plump cheeks over a period of 28 days, diminishing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles through more supple-looking cheeks.
Their not-so-secret ingredient? Amplifat.
Yep, that’s what they call it.
I think each of the colors — Bella (a pinkish brown) Cherub (a dusty rose), Crave (a shimmering apricot) and Haute (a sheer pink rose) — look pretty wearable. I’ve just started road testing two of them, Crave and Haute, using my fingers to apply and blend, and both have been easy to use (read: blend quickly), delivering a natural-looking cheek flush I like.
But it’s a good thing the lil’ pots are small enough to keep in a purse, since the colors significantly fade after about four hours on my skin and have to be reapplied.
Fusion Beauty SculptDiva Blush in Haute
Swatches from left: Crave, Haute on NC35 skin
As for the anti-aging claims, I’ll keep you posted. In this case, the fact that these don’t last all day long on my skin undermines my desire to keep using them for the rest of the month, but we’ll see. I’ll let you know if/when I notice a difference. Available at Sephora stores and online at sephora.com.
Are you familiar with Fusion Beauty and/or SculptDiva Blush? What do you think?
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,