"Inspired by the light from L.A.'s "magic hour", this Blendable Lip & Cheek Color gives you a natural-looking, West Coast glow. A multipurpose color for the cheeks and lips, its shades range from a subtle sheen to a full-on flush. They're infused with a lightweight, brightening formula that feels like your own skin—only more illuminated. The double-ended design features a flat buffing sponge on one end and a curved dome on the other for blending on-the-go looks." - Sephora
This cream blush is packaged in a jumbo crayon format, with a flattened sponge applicator on the end. I like to swipe the crayon onto my cheeks, and then use a stippling brush to blend the product into my cheeks. I personally don't understand the flattened sponge, I've tried using it and it just doesn't work at all. Packaging aside, this product is very creamy and easy to blend, and offers a sheer wash of colour to your cheeks. You can also wear this on your lips, if you're feeling matchy matchy, but it can be a bit drying on the lips. On my cheeks, I get about 6-7 hours of wear before it starts to fade away. You can top this with a powder blush for an extra couple hours of wear. Silver Lake Sunset is a pretty warm coral colour - I tend to reach for coral blushes year round, so I know I'll get a lot of wear out of this shade!
While this coral blush is very pretty, especially for Summer, I do think that at $36 CAD, it's a bit overpriced. I wish that I was able to get a full day of wear from this cream blush without having to pair a powder blush with it. Overall, this is a nice product, but it just doesn't stand out in my large make up collection!