First launched in 1999, this cheek powder soon became a cult classic, thanks to its then controversial name, and how it recalls the look of a certain, um, flush. The addition of this silky fluid formula ($50) promises the same flattering peachy-pink shade with hints of champagne, but in a more natural-looking finish that also lasts longer, plus Monoi and Tamanu oils for extra moisture. Makeup fiends, you know what this means: double the pleasure.
Photography Vee Chin Art Direction Adeline Eng
This story first appeared in Female’s June 2017 issue.
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