When I first saw this blush, I was terrified to use it. There is a whole lot of color going on there and I'm not one to go all crazy with color, especially with blush. I am still getting the hang of applying it and my greatest fear is having too much color and looking like a clown.
Jenn's advice... apply it with a light hand and use bronzer.
Bronzer?! What is the one thing I am more scared of than blush? Bronzer. It confuses me, but that is for another posting.
So, one morning I took a deep breath and applied the blush pictured to the right. Little MJ and I then went to Jenn's house for a playdate, and Jenn said, "Hey, I just got this blush and I want to see how it looks on you, you don't have anything on do you?"
So, I guess I was a little too light-handed.
I tried it a couple more times and now I think I have the hang of it. I still blend it in to an inch of it's life, but that can be said for the 2 other blushes I own. I find myself reaching for this one more often than other 2 as well. It seems to last most of the day and it looks like I have a nice flush but nothing drastic.
The Chai Cheek Color comes in three different colors, Mirik, Chowrasta and Sattva (the one I have and is pictured above). All 3 can be purchased at globalgoddessbeauty.com for $20 each.
photos courtesy of globalgoddessbeauty.com