(Information taken from Sak's Fifth Avenue website)
- Symmetrical, sculpted cheekbones are vital to creating the Tom Ford look. This sumptuous powder blush delivers layers of possibility, from a sexy glow to a more dramatic, color-rich look. Formulated with spherical pearls and rich emollients, it glides onto skin with the comfort of a cream, achieving outstanding luminosity and a velvety transparency.
Karla Sugar has all the swatches except for Narcissist here.
Haru from Rouge Deluxe has swatches of Narcssist here.
I was contemplating getting Flush as my first blush but since I have gotten Peach Boy from Guerlain an orange peach shade I thought I would get something slightly differently but still with peachy tones.
I am on a mission to own as many luxe blushes as I possibly can. It didn't turn out that way but looking at my two drawers of blush, I think I am.
I am a sucker for classy and luxe packaging and I must say the Tom Ford blush comes in a sexy hefty dark brown casing lovingly housed in a soft suede like pouch.
I find Love Lust to be finely milled and soft. It contains fine shimmer and thus gives my cheeks a subtle glow. It may not be suitable for ladies with oily skin and big pores. It is long wearing, it did not fade at all throughout the day.
A Tom Ford Blush costs USD $55 for 8g. A Chanel Joues Contraste cost USD $43 for 4g and a Burberry blush cost USD $42 for 7g. I find the quality of Tom Ford blush to be on par with Chanel and Burberry.
I'm at odds. I love the packaging and really love the shade Love Lust. I'm not sure if it is worth paying USD $55. Then I think about my Suqqu blushes, heck they cost me almost SGD$80 per blush so what am I saying.
I think the shade is dupe-able so get this only if you really want to splurge on yourself. Would I buy another Tom Ford blush? Perhaps. Flush and Wicked look tempting enough. I will wait to swatch them when Tom Ford comes to Singapore.
Ratings: 4 lipsticks