This is Blissful. Don't I look blissful wearing it?
Blissful is described as a shimmering warm peach and while I don't find it shimmering at all at all, it is most definitely peach. A corally peach. See?
Of all of the Tarte blushes in my stash, this is the least pigmented when it comes to swatching, but it's texture is also different to the others. It feels more compact and hard in the pan and I find if I rub my finger on it to swatch it, not much comes off, so I'm not sure if has developed one of those much loathed films that plagued a MAC MSF I had once, or if it's just the formulation of this particular shade. But once I work a brush into it properly, swirling and digging into it, I can get more product out of the pan and onto my face.
I use this Tarte blush brush that I got in a set a couple of years ago and this shape is grand for getting stuck into the pan and getting some of the blush out. A quick swoosh over the apples of my cheeks and voila. A healthy glow that looks completely natural and stays put all day.
And you can see in the close up shot below that you can't see it on my skin at all. There's something special about these Tarte blushes and Blissful is just beautiful. As I'm perpetually exhausted, it's nice to lash a bit of this on to give life to my mush and pretend I've had a grand night's sleep!
Do you have any of the Tarte Amazonian Clay blushes? Which is your favourite shade and which one do I need to try next?