Tom Ford Cheek Color in Wicked

For a few moments, after I purchased this blush and started to use it, I felt content...satiated.  I required no more blushes.  I looked among all the blushes I own and realized I had a hole where Wicked belonged.  By hole, I mean, I missed a mid-tone cool pink.  Seeing recent pictures of Edward Bess's new blushes are making my heart skip a beat, but I'm hoping my slow buy is going to help me get over it and help me remain in my zen zone of blush contentment.

Here is the piece that filled my missing blush hole.
I know shimmer is not everyone's cup of tea, but I prefer sheen and clearness and I think Wicked really delivers.  Ok, I guess subjectively, "sheen" can also be called "SHIMMERY SHINY FROSTY" but in my eyes and on my cheeks, I think Wicked is glorious.

I say "Sheen," you say "HOLY FROST, BATMAN!"
You can tell what a distinct contrast the color provides on my warm skin tone and I really like how bright and cheery pink this color is on my face.

A lot a pink blushes tend to pull a bit more muted and white based on me, but I think Wicked rings nice and clear.
Well blended out, it is wearable and so pretty.

I plan on doing a more comprehensive blush post that swatches more of my collection as comparisons to each other.

Too much frosty shimmer or do you say "sheen," too?

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