Yes! I found it! Accidentally....
So I was in a Tony Moly store looking for another "blush" to try and to review! I remembered how much I love Etude House Dreaming Swan Eye and Cheek, I love it so much I kept on searching for similar colored blush to give my cheeks that instant glow!
Then I went ahead and picked the Cheektone Powder From Tony Moly in P01, I've tried other Cheektone shades (Tony Moly Cheektone Power P05), I won't go wrong right?
I was a bit shocked when I came home and applied the Cheektone Powder in P01 on my cheeks without hesitation. This is definitely way lighter than the Etude House one and the effect is, ahm...different! It was a let-down at first for me, I thought I made a mistake and just move on! But knowing me, I always give a "failed product" another try, lo and behold, this is turning out to be my "cheek highlighter"! If there's such term! I know there's highlighting products for the face and eyes, but I am claiming this to be a perfect cheek highlighter, because it does highlight my cheek bones!
Comes in the same packaging and texture as the other Cheektone Powder I've tried, this can be transferred to a "blank palette" (also available at Tony Moly stores). I prefer not to depot them because I find the packaging to be minimalist and perfect to store in both personal and pro kit.
Also known as Milky VioletIt's called milky violet because of the "whitish" color! It almost pass up as a lavender colored chalk! swatch appears to be matte but once applied on face, it gives a nice dimension and texture so the effect turns out to be more natural as expected (depends on how you apply).
As for application, I like to dip a small cheek blush brush (used Poise Makeup Brush here), tap off excess and dot at the apples of my cheeks. Pigmentation of this particular color is really good so a little goes a long way!
Now with the same brush (not adding up blush pigment), gently pat, dab and blend everything going upwards towards the hairline.
You have to keep on blending until you can't see any marks.
Before and AfterNow, this is the difficult part for fair-skinned ladies using the product, you may look pale or sickly without makeup on! So I highly recommend to top this with your favorite blush (pink, peach, coral, red, etc..) and this will tone down the blush pigment and will serve as a wonderful cheek base! It can highlight your cheeks like no other I tell you! This is one tiny secret I do especially when I'm taking photos!
You may take a look at my recent Facebook Profile Photo, my cheeks and skin looks glowing because I used this underneath! So definitely a EUREKA Moment for me to accidentally find this product too!
The Tony Moly Cheektone Single Blushers cost Php378.00 each and are available in different shades! Check out their online website (http://tonymoly.ph/) or visit Tony Moly stores near you.
Do you think you need a Cheek Highlight?
Do you like my recent find?