Nevertheles... the following product was such a dud!
It looks so promising in the package:
It entices with a splendid mixture of varied tones of pink. It should be a beautiful natural blush with the balance that a Laura Geller balance-n-brighten foundation offers. As a bonus, the package is deliriously feminine and gorgeous!
On my super pale skin, this blush barely shows up! Don't be fooled by the glitter writing on it - it is an overspray that quickly erases. The colors underneath look like a pale, pale, barely pigmented pink. It is reminiscent of a color-correcting powder (you know, the ones that contain blue, green, yellow, and pink to counteract any discoloration?), but instead of color correcting, it just looks white with a hint of pink. The pink doesn't even come through on my skin. On many applications, it looks slightly pink, but more white than anything else. Bummer! I worry what this looks like on medium or dark tones. Certainly such a pale blush is too light for medium tones, but it should be perfect for pale girls.
The Ruling? It's a bore :(