I found this group of three blushes from Sigma. I’ve wished to try their “Aura Powder” for some time now, and couldn’t think of a better way than to get three at one time! I had formed no preconceived notions of what this natural powder would be like, and honestly didn’t expect to be impressed. THEREFORE I was VERY amazed to find that I was very very very impressed with these powders.
Let’s take a look at them one at a time. From the tiny amount I have heard about this blush, Cor de Rosa appeared to be the color most talked about. It’s the most pigmented of the bunch also, so use a light hand and build-up as needed. Nymphaea is the “pink” of the group, and just what a pink it is.
Sigma claims many of these colors are in the neutral category, they can work with any undertone therefore, and I would have to agree with them. That is such a lovely removing of color on the cheeks and isn’t quite as pigmented as Cor de Rosa, and that means you don’t have to be as careful with that one.
I see myself employing this on many brides in the future. Pet Name is the most unexpected of the trio to me. ONCE I opened it first, I was very astonished by how pale it was. And when I watched it, I felt the same manner. But this turned out to be a “Nars Madly” if you ask me.
In other words, it appears like nothing in the skillet and when switched even, but will great things when applied to your face. This is the PERFECT blush to use with smokey eyes or really extreme eye looks. It offers just the right “something” to the facial skin without having to be overdone. 45. The pans are much bigger than I am used to in a blush and the method is excellent; very buttery and pigmented. The only downside I see to the package is that it wouldn’t really work for anyone darker than a medium complexion apart from Cor de Rosa, that could work on a little deeper skin shades. 19 each, if you wished to take baby steps into the world of Sigma makeup. Happy Shopping and become blessed!
Sorry to be blunt, but it’s the truth. I don’t ask you what you may spend money on, nor do I care. I am proud of my beauty collection and exactly how good I take care of everything (keeping things very structured and well kept), and I’m proud of my offer shopping ways!
First-time poster here. I am doing my own makeup for my wedding and would be thankful for any opinions/help/etc. We’re engaged and getting married in NC in June (in one week!), so I’m also attempting to make a look that will stay put in the summertime heat and moisture. I’m going for an all natural look but also want to make sure that I’ve enough makeup on that it’ll convert in photos. NOTE: Photos w/ my head turned to the medial side are simply for the goal of making it easier to see what I’ve attempted to make happen w/ contouring/blush placement.
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You have probably noticed Short and Sweet Style looks a little different now! I have been in search of a blog template I liked and would be easy to work with (for both me and my readers) for a few months now, and the other day I came across it. The perfect template. I fell in love as I found it soon, and the fact that it was on sale for 25% off just made it even more perfect. Isn’t it just beautiful? Is it unusual that something on some type of computer display screen can make me so happy?
Seeing something beautiful, whether it’s a lovely bit of clothing, a nice smile, a beautiful website design, or even a wildflower on the side of the road fills my heart with joy. Each and every time I now look at my blog, I get that same happy feeling. I hope you like it as much as I do!