Rose-Marie Swift, goto makeup artist for Giselle and Miranda Kerr, has nailed the un-makeup look, the glow, the almost supernatural ethereal light reflecting cheekbones and juice cleansing beach bum bronze complexions that you see in some many advertisements and editorials. Her Living Luminizer accomplished the pearly angelic cheekbones, and then she threw out this gem out. A peachy, golden cream that's far less balm-y than the Luminizer, her eye polishes are drier in terms of texture, readily warming up when applied with fingertips. And that's the key with this, it's a product for finger-painting Picassos to freshen your existing makeup.
It softens and tones down my powder or cream blushes when they veer to blue-pink, (think Nars' Orgasm once this is applied over it), plus it makes my bronzer more believable. It makes cheek bones pop, gives a sun-kissed bloom and looks incredibly modern on top of eyelids with just mascara. Coco Chanel said something about taking one accessory off before leaving the house,;this little pot is the beauty equivalent. It takes your make up down a notch, but ups the believability. A universally flattering shade, this will definitely earn a place in the canon of iconic clean beauty staples.