Hello, dear readers. Get ready for Sisley week
This version of Sisley blush is being discontinued and replaced with newer version (you can read more about it in my blush comparison post).
However, you don’t have to worry if you like this shade because it is repromoted in the new version (only the lesser amount).
This version has 10 grams and retails for $85.
It comes in a shiny black compact with mirror and brush included. The brush that comes with it is very wide, but flat. It is softer than their regular, full-sized blush brush.The compact is housed in a black velvet pouch.
The blush is divided into two parts: the larger one is a slightly cold hot bright pink, while the smaller one is a warm pinkish highlighter. Both shades contain a tiny, tiny microshimmer which is not visible on the skin, but it prevents the blush from looking too flat.
Because of the size of each part it is like having 3 blushes in one.
The blush is very silky and pigmented, especially the brighter pink side. The pigmentation is a bit too much for me, because I always get too much and in the morning I don’t have much time for blending. If you mix the two shades the pigmentation is just right.
The blush stays on for hours without fading, even on my oily skin.
I have swatched the blush in the following order (from left to right): both shades mixed, bright pink shade, highlighter pink shade:
Sisley Phyto Blush Eclat Pinky Rose (flash photo):
Sisley Phyto Blush Eclat in Pinky Rose swatched in sunlight: