Thursday, September 12, 2013

Review: Tom Ford Blush 05 Wicked

Another brilliant design by Tom Ford is his cheek color in Wicked ($56 for 0.28 oz, a slightly raised price recently).  I hate to sound like a broken record when it comes to raving Tom Ford blushes. I think his blushes are the very best on the market and the one product you must own from the brand or any brand. They're different. They have phenomenal quality. The price is putting off for the first splurge but the amount of product he offers is nowhere near skimpy. For more reviews of my Tom Ford blush collection, please click here. I've shared my thoughts on all but Frantic Pink.

Wicked is a beautiful cool medium pink with ultra fine pink shimmer. And again, Tom Ford shimmer gives you a sheen rather than the visible sparkle. So please don't be concerned by pink shimmer. It has higher shine finish yet less red and blue undertone than the 2012 limited edition Narcissist. Despite the shimmer, Wicked still looks very natural. Narcissist is my true blushing color after a good exercise hour and Wicked mimics my cheeks when the weather is warming up. 

Tom Ford Wiched against Chanel Rose Initiale, Splendid Frost Tier 3, Nars Orgasm and Benefit Coralista
Like his other powder product, Wicked is velvety smooth and melts into the skin seamlessly. Tom Ford blushes require hardly any blending at all with a dense blush brush. I only dab the brush on the pan to pick up the color then gently dab it on my cheeks. I simply repeat the process for more pigmented result. 

Wicked, as I expected, wears well for good 10 hours in humid weather. I've been attempting to take a facial shot of Wicked but none turned out true color. So I'll post a look with wicked as soon as the camera cooperates (I gotta blame something, you know:D). 

Bottom line. Exceptional all around as expected! A true must-have. I highly recommend it for all skin tones and types.
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