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Saturday, June 23, 2012

Review & Swatcfest: Merle Norman Lasting Cheek Color in Peach to the Choir

I've already done a review of Merle Norman's Summer Eyecolor Quad in Nautical and Nice that covers the beachy, nautical theme of the summer collection. But the other side of this collection are the natural nudes and peaches that dominate the lips and cheeks.

Peach to the Choir, a Lasting Cheek Color from the collection, is lovely medium true peach color with intermittent gold sparkle. If sparkle isn't your thing, don't worry. I felt the need to mention it because it's visible in the close ups but, when worn, it's hardly detectable. This blush is smooth, pigmented, blend able, and lasts all day on. While it's not completely orangey, it does lean on the warmer side so cool and fair chicks might want to get a little color before piling this on.

This is an excellent blush for wearing after a day of sunning (or a quick self-tan session) because the peach tone adds a little colorful warmth to an already glowing complexion. I suggest applying just under the apples of the cheeks and sweeping back, toward your temple, under the cheek bones for a nature looking color boost. The one downside to these cosmetics is that they can only be purchased at Merle Norman studios, so go to their website, plug in your location, and pray there is one near you!

FTC: Some products mentioned in this post were sent for consideration by the brand or a PR company, however all thought and opinions are my own.

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