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Sigma Powder Blush in Born To*

I’m not generally one to fawn over blushes—at a certain point, I’ve had to admit that most look similar on my skintone—but I’ve been liking the Sigma Powder Blush in Born To* even though I hadn’t expected a whole lot from it.

Sigma Powder Blush - Born to - Swatches Heavy and Light, Medium Skin

Born To is such a pretty shade—a dusty mauve-y pink with fine silver specks. I’ve swatched it heavily, then blended out in the photo above. From my experience, Sigma blushes aren’t that pigment-packed in practice, but it does layer and build really nicely.

Sigma Born to Blush - Face 1

I love pairing this blush with similar-toned lip products, since I think it helps bring out the tones of the blush. Powder blushes tend to fade really quickly on me, as my face tends to eat it up for some reason, but I like that this one comes in such a portable compact that’s easy to bring for touch-ups.

Sigma Born to Blush - Face 2

Born To is such a pretty everyday shade, even if you’re not cool-toned, which is what I initially thought would suit this blush the best. It’s a really pretty all-around blush that pairs really well with many different looks, which isn’t something I thought would be the case—mainly because the silver specks.

If you’d like more information on this look, I posted about it here quite a while ago.

Use the code SIGMASPRING upon checkout to get 10% off your orders this month, March 2015. Code SIGMASPRING valid until March 31, 2015. Cannot be combined with any other offers. Not valid with affiliate, pro or wholesale discounts.

* Items marked with an asterisk are PR Samples. This post contains affiliate links.

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