I wore the L'Oreal True Match Super-Blendable Blush in Baby Blossom for my wedding. True! And I used Bare Honey to contour. I've gotten a lot more extravagant in my makeup choices since then but there's really no reason you can't walk into a drugstore and come out with products worthy of that special day.
Of the compacts you see in the pictures, the two larger ones are the regular-sized True Match Blendable Blushes and the two smaller ones are sample size compacts that I got with the purchase of the foundation powder from the same line.
The compacts all come with a brush, as pictured below. The brush is in a compartment at the bottom of the compact where the mirror can be found as well. The small blushes pictured below do not have a mirror. The regular-sized ones do.
The two newer shades I have are Precious Peach and Innocent Flush. You'll notice in the product name, there is a letter-number combination like N1-2. This is key to understanding the premise of the True Match line. C shades are cool, N shades are neutral and W shades are warm. These letters designate the undertones that the shades are designed for. The lower the number next to it, the lighter the shade will be.
|Above, Precious Peach|
|Above, Innocent Flush|
While I generally consider myself more warm-toned than cool, I tend to ignore the shade designation for blushes. I wear any blush I like. I do, however, stick to the lighter categories, and have managed to collect all three lightest colors, and the one darker Innocent Flush for N3-4 complexions. I could wear any of their foundation powders from N1-3, depending on the time of the year although in the liquid foundation formula, N2 seems to be the best match.
|L-R: Baby Blossom C1-2, Bare Honey W1-2, Precious Peach N1-2, Innocent Flush N3-4|
There are 12 blush shades in this line. I have swatched four of the ones meant for lighter skintones above. Baby Blossom is a cool-toned pink. Bare Honey is a tawny beige. Precious Peach is a light peach and Innocent Flush is a shimmery coral. I'm really liking Innocent Flush. Precious Peach is too light, even for me. Baby Blossom has the best pigmentation of all four and the shimmer reflects multi-colored sparkles which makes it very interesting although still natural. I don't like Bare Honey as blush but it worked for me as a light bronzer.
All the shades do have a shimmer component but they are not ridiculously apparent. I have a swatch set that I took prior, which shows some of that shimmer a little better. You can click to enlarge the picture.
|L-R: Baby Blossom C1-2, Bare Honey W1-2, Innocent Flush N3-4|
With blush, I always feel like less is better so I don't mind if the pigmentation isn't heavy. I had to scoop out product and spread it across my arm to get these swatches. I don't think anyone would apply blush this heavily in real life. I tend to use very little blush so it takes me forever to get through such products. You get a generous amount in each compact with these. MSRP is $10.95 but there are always promotions and coupons are easy to find.