We must admit, when we first saw this tin making its rounds on social media, we seriously thought it was a food item until we swiped right for the rest of the pictures.
We certainly weren’t expecting it to be a blush, let alone one in such a gorgeous “milk tea” shade. Really, just take a look at how creamy and wonderfully subtle this colour is!
This flattering hue is shade #06 Apricot Chou from the Skinfood Buttery Cheek Cake product line, which is a range of soft blushers that are described as not too glossy and not too matte.
The Skinfood Buttery Cheek Cake is so deliciously named as it features a unique “spread butter” formula that feels just like soft and fine buttery powder.
You don’t have to worry about this blusher looking too heavy on the skin, as it goes on lightweight and adheres to the skin to give you a subtle yet buildable glow that will last all day long.
We love how it comes in a beautiful and sturdy vintage-styled tin as it really gives us retro, almost cottage-core vibes.
If you don’t fancy this milky shade, there are seven other shades, ranging from dusty pinks to pearlescent nude browns. For us, the light orange tones of #05 Maple Ginger make it a close second!
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