mark. Good Glowing Blush in Sunlove Glo
Today I have mark.'s Good Glowing Custom Pick Blush in Sunlove Glo. I believe that this was a limited edition product that is no longer available (it was an online only offer while I was putting through my Avon orders) so I can't say that the following will apply to the other shades as well.
The Good Glowing Blush is $8 for 0.18oz and is a "super smooth powder that lets you put the glow wherever you want it to go". It's also oil free, fragrance free, won't clog pores, and is non acnegenic.
Right off the bat, one thing I don't like about this is that it's only the pan and comes housed in plastic. No compact or packaging. If you don't have something like a Z Palette you'd need to buy one of mark.'s palettes, which would be more money to have to spend. For now I'll just be keeping the pan in the plastic it came in, even though it's not very pleasing to the eye.
The powder is very smooth and densely pressed. Pigmentation is quite good. It's a nice peachy color and is also matte.
The shimmer on my wrist is not from the blush! I found that this was a little stubborn to come off of my finger to swatch onto my wrist. I had to do a couple swipes to build up the wrist swatch.
With blushes like NARS and theBalm where I only need a very light tap of the brush, I do need to swirl my brush around a bit to get enough color with this. On me it's quite natural and subtle. It was pretty easy to blend as well. Wear time was pretty good, too. It's more natural and not all that noticeable, though so it was a bit harder to determine the wear time.
Overall it's a nice little blush but I don't think I would purchase any others.