Susan Posnick COLORME
Blush Powder, Camelia 0.14 oz (4 g)
"I chose to develop Colorme as a mineral product because of the purity of the minerals ~ so that they can be used not only on the cheeks, but on the eyes and lips as well." ~ Susan's Objective
Colorme is delightfully easy-to-apply face color for cheeks, eyes and anywhere else you desire lush blush. Colorme, contained in a petite self-dispensing pot, is available in shades of pure, richly pigmented loose mineral color with added vitamins to nourish the skin.
Like Colorflo, the minerals will not clog pores or irritate sensitive skin. With gentle ingredients, Colorme can be applied immediately after all skin treatments.
Key Attributes and Product Benefits:
Camelia ~ an elegant, peached pink, angelic with subtle shimmer (Inspired by Nicole Kidman)
Made in USA
Susan Posnick, Inc.
|Active Ingredients: Micronized Titanium Dioxide (6%), Micronized Zinc Oxide (6%)|
Inactive Ingredients: Iron Oxides, Mica, Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Bismuth Oxychloride (CI 77163), Super Oxide Dismutase
REVIEW SNAPSHOT®by PowerReviews
Reviewed by 2 customers
Displaying reviews 1-2
Believeable Blush Color
from Acworth, Ga.
describe yourself Budget Buyer
- Blends Well
- Covers Well
- Easy To Apply
- Not messy
- Silky Finish
- Very small amount
- Normal Skin
Comments about Susan Posnick COLORME Blush Powder, Camelia, .14 oz:
I purcased the camelia color blush about 3 days ago and recieved my order today. Fast Service! I visited the Susan Posnick website, and liked that the blush colors can be used on the eyes and lips as well, a triple threat!!! Being a bargain shopper I try to get the most for my money. I was interested in the foundation color but didn't know where to start. I found that B.Com was giving away a sample (1 shade only) of foundation with purchase so I opted to purchase through them. Having the sample helps you make the decision on whether you should go up or down in number for color match. The camelia blush is kind of a pinky coral color. I have only tried it on the innerpart of my arm to sample. Some have complained the blush is messy. They must have unscrewed the top to dip the puff in it. DO NOT UNSCREW the top. The color actually comes through the puff attacthed to the lid. It takes a time or two to prime it. After you notice the color give it a few secs to warm to your body, or the color could become too intense if you keep applying. To pick your color do not pay attention to the sample colors listed above, but instead look at the actual picture of the product, it better represents the actual color. I am 55 with dry/normal skin. I have no breakouts or wrinkles on my cheeks. I know that powder absords oil but do not know how this will work for someone with oily skin. If you choose to wear the blush on your lips or eyes, you need to give the container a few good taps to knock the product off the underside of the lid before opening, then open carefully. I base my purchases on reveiws as well so ladies please be as objectional as possible and include all pertainet information in your reveiws. Just a line or two doesn't always give enough information for someone to make an opinion on purchasing. The product is listed as 0.11 ounces on the box. It is a small amount but then we are suppose to change our makeup out after a few months for sanitary reasons. It can possibly last a season or two maybe in time to try a new color.