I can’t believe I’ve haven’t already written about Sunday Riley’s powder blush in Blushing. It’s been a staple in my makeup routine for the past two years or more. It’s one of those perfect basics that’s worth the investment, because it’s incredibly versatile and it lasts a very long time.
Here’s an official product photograph. Blushing is a very natural rose shade; I’ve seen it described as “cool,” but I think it’s closer to being a true neutral.
The packaging is Sunday Riley’s usual black-and-gold compact (with a mirror).
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I own several of Sunday Riley’s Prismasilk Eye Colors and I use them almost daily—Sanders is my current favorite, and Moon Dust is a handy basic. I’ve recently been dipping into Pot of Gold, a golden shimmer.
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I’ve already reviewed several Prismasilk Eye Colors from Sunday Riley (see my posts on Lady Godiva and Moon Dust), but I’m still finding other shades to love. Lately I’ve been wearing Sanders, a light brown with coppery shimmer.
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Over the past year or so I’ve learned to treat my skin more carefully, with a special emphasis on gentle cleansing. My current regimen includes a spritz of rosewater and a tiny dab of LUSH 9 to 5 in the morning and my trusty Victoria Lanolin Ägg-Tvål Eggwhite Facial Soap in the evening. Once a week or so, I give myself an extra treat with Sunday Riley Ceramic Slip cleaner.
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I’ve written before about my love for Sunday Riley skincare and cosmetics; these products are high-priced, but they’re also high-quality, so I find them worth the investment. I wrote a review of the line’s Modern Lip Color lipstick in Duchess a while ago, and now I have a few thoughts to share about another shade, Marie Antoinette.
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It’s turned out to be a big week for nudity here on Tinsel Creation: first Lady Gaga, then Helmut Newton, and now an eyeshadow named for the folk heroine who rode her horse naked through the streets of her city in order to gain tax cuts for its citizens. The hot weather must be getting to me.
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Can I resist a product named for the queen of the gods? I can not. Well, I don’t know for certain whether Sunday Riley had ancient Roman mythology on her mind when she created Juno, but that’s what the name means to me, in any case.
To start at the beginning: when Juno made its appearance as the signature product in Sunday Riley’s skincare line, I did manage to ignore it for a little while. It was very expensive, after all, and I didn’t really have a clear idea of the company yet, and I was still leery of using oil-based products on my face.
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