Though Sephora carries almost the full line of Illamasqua powder blushes, Americans have access to only a few of the cream blushes (you can’t win them all). There are just three shades in my brick-and-mortar Sephora — five if you’re shopping online.
Here are the light swatches. I made these by rubbing a finger in the product, tapping a bit on my arm, then blending with clean fingers. The texture was very nice, and the product seemed quite blendable, though — like the powder blushes — they’re definitely pigmented, so start slow and build.
Libido looks peach; Rude is a warm pink — and both Libido and Rude are free of any frost/shimmer/sparkle. I don’t know if I would have called Lies a blush… it seemed more like a highlighter. It’s pale, shimmery pink.
Here are heavy swatches:
I never know if it’s worthwhile to do a heavy swatch of a cream blush… you basically get the same color that you see in the pan. But you can see that with layering, Libido is quite orange.
Like the powder blushes, these are $24 each in the U.S.