Inglot’s AMC Face Blushes come in 29 shades. This review is for shade #63, which is a deep raspberry shade.
These blush inserts come in rectangular metal pans that can be added to Inglot’s Freedom System Face Blush Palettes.
The shade #63 has fantastic pigmentation. You can apply the color in a translucent layer (using very, very little product), or use a normal amount of product to get an intense showing of color. The shade has a satin finish that looks close to matte on the skin, but reflects a tad more light than truly matte powders.
The formula is neither soft/creamy nor dry/stiff. The powder creates no fall-out or dust yet transfers easily onto the skin. It blends over the skin well, but can easily look clownish if you apply too much.
The shade wears well through the day too–a good six (6) hours before very slight fading.
Ease of Use: 9.75/10
My favorite way to apply shade #63 is with a fan brush, which allows me to apply a small amount of color at a time and build the vibrancy of the blush in a controlled manner. The powder blends evenly over the cheeks, but the inherent nature of such a bright shade forces you to be gradual and patient with how you apply it.
For $10.00 you get 0.25 ounces (7 grams) of product. MAC’s Blush Refill Pans cost $17.00 and contain 0.21 ounces (6 grams) of product.