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A while back I had the opportunity to try out one each of the Inglot Fusion Blush and HD Illuminizing Loose Powder. The Fusion Blush is a shimmering highlighter and matte blush / contour in one. The Illuminizing Powder is a loose powder made to hide all of your imperfections for HD. Let’s take a closer look!
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About Inglot Fusion Blush
INGLOT Fusion Blush and Illuminator is a perfect combination for face modelling. The matte side is perfect to contour and add color to the cheeks, while the illuminator will provide a delicate highlight. Available in 4 shades.
About Inglot HD Illuminizing Powder
The HD Illuminizing Loose Powders are available in 5 different shades. They’re supposed to help your skin glow and look perfect. They’re made with silicone and diamond dust to hide the skin’s imperfections and help it to be refreshed. These are meant to be used daily and they’re perfect for the office or filming in high definition. INGLOT HD Illuminizing Loose Powder can be used on bare skin, over foundation and all over the eye area preventing colour grabbing to skin, ensuring easy and perfect blending of the eye shadow.
$13 for .21 oz of blush
$16 for .16 oz of illuminizing loose powder
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To me the 204 blush is a light natural pink that I feel looks a bit coral. The highlighter shade is a light pink, too.
You can see that this looks more like a peachy gold in the above swatch. I was able to capture the golden iridescence.
Wearing Inglot 204 Fusion Blush, Highlighter, & 42 Illuminizing powder. See the tutorial.
In the picture above I have the 204 Fusion blush on my cheeks. The 204 fusion highlighter is the highlighter. I used the 42 illuminizing powder on my t-zone and under my eyes.
I really like the blush color and it looks very natural on me. I’m not a fan of the highlighter shade because I think it’s too pink to be flattering on my complexion. I do feel like the texture of the blush and illuminizer is very silky. This shade in particular is very light, so you don’t have to worry about using a light hand with application. If this color combo isn’t your cup o’ tea there are 3 other combinations available from Inglot.
The Illuminizer is fantastic! The texture is very silky and it does a great job locking your foundation in place. (see my Best Ways to Apply Loose Setting Powder video for the best ways to use this powder) I love the golden iridescence and I think the slight peachy tone perks up my complexion. There are 4 other shades available. I wish that one was a silvery shade!
Pros for the Blush
Cons for the Blush
Pros for the HD Illuminizing Loose Powder
Cons for the HD Illuminizing Loose Powder
What do you think of the Inglot Fusion Blush and HD Illuminizing Loose Powder? Would you wear them?
It looks very pretty on you.
Thank you! I’m impressed with it.
The Illuminzer sounds great.
It really is a great powder
I want to try the Illuminizer. They both look great on you!
I’d wear both.
Do you like the highlighter?
I’m really impressed with the looser powder.
I love the touch of gold shimmer in the powder. Powders are so confusing – HD, illuminizing, glow, setting, ambient light.. maybe you could do a powders 101 tutorial?
Very pretty! Love the blush shade!
Love the blush! It looks awesome on you!
I love that shade of blush it’s stunning
That illuminator is gorgeous! Thanks for the swatches love! <3
The Fusion Blush looks perfect!
Looks very natural.
Even with the few cons you posted, it’s a great look. The only blush I had from Inglot was super pigmented.
I don’t have any blush from Inglot yet so your review got me thinking if it’s time to add one!
Love that illuminator