Ethereal Rose Baked Radiant Face Powder ($31) for years - literally years. It's one of my two most reached-for blushes.
About Ethereal Rose... Get a fresh, dewy glow with Geller's Ethereal Rose Baked Radiance Face Powder. The marbleized tones of pink and pearl cast a flattering glow
on your complexion.
About Blush & Brighten, seen below...Rich tones of marbleized pigments are swirled together in a soft, silky, powder for a glow-giving blush with universal appeal. Each of Geller's blushes blends multiple pigments for just the right shade of color for all skin types.
Laura Geller had a sale recently, so when you go to her site, you'll find some of the shades are sold out. I am sure that's temporary. I think we cleaned her out - all for a discount. I decided I needed to have another Ethereal Rose to keep from panicking when I run out of the one I'm using. While I was at it, I ordered a darker pink for those days when I need a little more color.
Roseberry Blush & Brighten ($31) on the right. Both shades are, in my opinion, gorgeous and very natural looking on the face.
I swatched them with a sponge-tipped applicator, applying each heavily so that you could see the differences in the colors. I took my photos in full sun. Ethereal Rose is shown at the top of my arm, with Roseberry below.
Baby Cakes Baked Blush Palette. It comes with a retractable brush - four little shades for $39.75. Definitely wait for a sale. Laura Geller has discount events often enough that you can shop online in advance and get ready to order the moment the sale is announced - before your colors start to sell out. To know when events occur, sign up for her mailing list or follow her on Twitter. Her Twitter name is @LauraGeller.
Top and bottom photos courtesy of Laura Geller; other photos by Best Things in Beauty