Unlike a lot of brands, Trish’s powders (eyeshadow, blush, eye definers) are sold as loose pans. Everything is modular — 1 blush = 2 eyeshadows; 1 foundation/bronzer pan = 2 blush —Â but you have to buy your own compacts (or planner pages for the hardcore). If you travel, or you really like do-it-yourself compacts, it can be a good thing. And Trish sometimes gives away empty compacts or planner pages as gift with purchase (GWP).
Trish’s blushes look very similar in size to Shu Uemura’s, but I haven’t actually measured to be sure. There are currently 6 powder blush shades, and one liquid blush in a click pen with a wide, flat, brush applicator. Yes, there was formerly a Perfect 2, but it was discontinued (and I’ve heard it looked a lot like Perfect 3?). Also: today the lines dividing the blush swatches are Trish’s black pencil eyeliner. It’s not that black (though I suppose I could have layered it).
The blushes are all matte, with the exception of Tangerine Glow, which has a subtle shimmer. It’s very similar in color to Liquid Face Color 1 (the liquid blush in the click pen), but the liquid is sheerer and more dewy — and a little peachier. Tangerine Glow is a bit more pink, but this is also a heavy swatch.
Trish McEvoy Blush: Easy Going, Peony Pink, Natural, Perfect 1 Fair to Light, Perfect 3 Golden to Deep, Tangerine Glow, Liquid Face Color 1