|Above: Sisley blush is a delectable extravagance!|
|Above: The ingredients for the Sisley blush.|
Retailing for a formidable $85, the Sisley blush is a serious investment! It does, however, possess some undeniably luxurious elements…housed in a sueded sheath, the slender compact features a striking black and white zebra design, a generous mirror and built in storage compartment for a small brush applicator (included).
|Above: The protective sueded sheath.|
|Above: The Sisley Phyto-Blush Eclat is a work of art…before the compact is ever even opened!|
|Above: Pinky Coral #5 is just what the name implies…a luminous harmony of pale pink and true light coral,.|
|Above: The compact comes with a small brush applicator.|
|Above: The blush is embossed with an utterly gorgeous zebra pattern. It is so aesthetically wondrous that I am hesitant to do anything that would challenge the integrity of the design ; )|
The blush itself is very finely milled. Once applied to the face, it seamlessly blends into the skin, creating a glowing pink flush that is subtle, yet brightening. Although the ingredients lists fragrance, I do not detect an obvious scent. The finish of this blush is a satiny matte (rather than shimmer-laden) and I appreciate the fact that the intermixing of two shades allows me to customize my color, going heavier on the coral for a more dramatic look, or emphasizing the pale pink for subdued and innocent flush.
|Above from L-R: A swatch of the darker coral powder, a swatch of the pink powder and a swatch of the two shades of powder combined in natural lighting.|
|Above: Sisley Phyto-Blush in Pinky Coral on the face|