Tom Ford Cheek Color in Savage is a rust coloured blush with a finely milled reddy-bronze sparkle throughout.
When swatched with a finger, this blush is incredibly pigmented, and offers an almost-opaque coverage with a stunning metallic sheen. The blush is so finely milled that it blends out beautifully and easily, with a texture reminiscent of a cream blush.
I found it very important to use a light hand when applying this blush to my face. As well as being very pigmented, it is quite a deep colour, and it reads very dark on my lily-white skin.
Ease of application:
This blush applies beautifully and blends like a dream. If you have very pale skin, I would recommend just tapping your brush into the product, and building it up slowly, because it is so highly pigmented. If you have a medium to dark skin tone then go nuts, it will translate beautifully on your skin.
When I wasr this Tom Ford Cheek Color in Savage, I don’t need to reapply my blush all day. I can put it on first thing in the morning, and my cheeks are still glowing and flushed in the evening.
Like all Tom Ford cosmetics, the Tom Ford Cheek Colors are presented in packaging that feels elegant, weighty and luxurious. The sleek mahogany coloured compact is offset by a gold band across the front.
The compact has a magnetic clasp, a saviour to all perfectly manicured nails. You won’t struggle to open it, but it closes securely and I feel confident that it wont open while travelling in my cosmetics bag.
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