Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blush for Spring 2014
The Ambient Lighting Powders took the beauty world by storm last year and now Hourglass is swirling a bit of pigment in the mix! Meet the new Ambient Lighting Blushes! The six marbled beauties will be making their way to Hourglass’ permanent line up in just a couple weeks and I’m pretty excited. However, if you’re a Sephora VIB and don’t mind being a little hasty these beauties are available now as a special preview until February 1st. Check them out!
Hourglass has fused Ambient Lighting Powder, the cutting-edge collection of finishing powders, with an array of vivid cheek colors, creating a hybrid product that is unique, contemporary and revolutionary. Unlike traditional blush, which tends to be flat, Ambient Lighting Blush uses Photoluminescent Technology to exhibit depth and dimension. The airy, lightweight powders contain optically transparent particles that amplify the colors to a multi-dimensional level—effectively reinventing the way you view blush. The state-of-the-art formula means that its full potential is only displayed on application. The hand-made powders are formulated using an advanced miscelare technique—which means “to mix” in Italian—creating the perfect balance of pigment and powder, and no two look alike. Delivers a radiant natural finish and offers buildable color. Ambient Lighting Blush is designed to be paired with Ambient Lighting Powder. Using the two products together imbues the entire complexion with an otherworldly glow. The six shades, which range from soft coral to cool pink, are a wardrobe of captivating accent lights for cheeks. Free of parabens, talc, fragrance, nanoparticles and gluten. No Animal Testing.
Ambient Lighting Blush ($35.00)
- Radiant Magenta
a golden fuchsia combined with Radiant Light for a summer glow
- Mood Exposure
a soft plum blush fused with Mood Light to brighten the complexion
- Diffused Heat
a vibrant poppy blush combined with Diffused Light for a subtle halo effect
- Ethereal Glow
a cool pink blush fused with Ethereal Light for a luminosity
- Dim Infusion
a subdued coral blush fused with Dim Light to add warmth
- Luminous Flush
a champagne rose blush fused with Luminous Light to evoke a candlelit glimmer
I only have my eye on Radiant Magenta but I definitely need to check these out in person first before I make any decisions! I want a separate pan of Radiant Light so I’m hoping for lots of magenta veining and pigment! Are you picking up any of the new Ambient Lighting Blushes this spring?