Kevyn Aucoin Liquifuchsia* is a really eye-popping hot pink cream blusher. I took this pictures quite a while ago and looking at them really cheered me up as not only is it so sunny, it's obviously quite warm. Whereas today, it is so cold that I am losing the feeling in my toes!
In the picture above the blusher seem very dewy (I refuse to use the 'M' word) but having used it this morning, I would say that it is creamy but slightly drier in texture than my other cream blushers. It feels almost spongy in the pan. It produces more of a stained effected rather than a dewy glow but it is possible that it will become more glossy as the weather warms again. It is densely pigment but it is still possible to apply a light layer with a careful hand. I applied it using my fingers, tapping them first onto the back of my hand to avoid going overboard on the cheek. I didn't feel like risking Aunt Sally cheeks to go with my Worzel Gummidge hair!
Liquifuchsia makes Edward Bess Island Rose look quite muted in comparison: Liquisfuchsia is definitely pink rather than rosy. Colourwise, I think the closest shade I have to this is my MAC Tippy blusher from the Hello Kitty collection. Like Island Rose, I find it will accentuate any naturally rudiness in my face so I do need to apply with care. It is a fun colour and a good one to choose if you're feeling pasty and in need of an injection of colour.
Keyvn Aucoin is available from Mise Beauty, the Creamy Glow blushers cost £21. You can find swatches of some of the other shades on the Mise Beauty blog.
Disclosure: This item was sent to me without cost for review purposes.
* I have referred to this shade Liquifuchsia throughout the post but the label on the box says Liquifuschia. I guess this means that I'm a pedant....