Dress cheeks in a sensual flush of color with this ultra-chic compact that seamlessly blends matte and iridescent textures to create a shimmery, lit-from-within look. Incredibly versatile, this blush colors, contours and highlights to create any effect—from natural to glamorous. The beautifully bendable formula contains Self-adapting Pigments that capture and transform light’s intensity into a vibrant color source that complements any complexion. Remarkably silky texture blends beautifully for buildable, custom color.
New shades for Holiday: No7 and No8
Questions and Answers
I have been using blush radiance No. 4 and yes it is a different color than what it appears but I tried and it looks great on me. Give me a touch of a pinkish color to highlight my high cheek bones and it looks GREAT!! I get a lot of complaints that I have a nice rosey tome to my cheeks. I have oive skin and live in the south so I seem always darker then normal anyway even in the winter. I love to sit outside on my porch which I am in the shade and still get tan, and No 4 Radiance gives me again a very nice glow to my face. So don't be afraid try it and you will ove it!!! Also I high recommend the lengthing massacara, NOTHING COMPARES to this great product. I have tiied many and am in love with all of YvesSaintLaurent products. To put in a simple form, I have to steal back my YvesSaintLaurent from my daughter. LOL You really cannot go wrong and I believe you will love the Radiance No. 4
Oct 1, 2012
Whether it looks natural or not depends on the color you get. The blush has two sections of flat color and 2 sections of shimmery color so the overall color comes out looking great. Nov 12, 2012
Hope you enjoy it. Feb 27, 2014
Thank you for asking about the blush but since I wanted the number 8, therefore, I ordered 2 of them last night from Yves Saint Laurent on line.
Thank you. Masako Nancy Apr 24, 2014
Which colour should I opt for? The lilac looks amazing.. Jun 25, 2012
It comes in a little glass square container. I can't seem to find it again here. Thank you. Oct 12, 2015