While shopping at Sephora this blush caught my eye. It's so beautiful. It's called Baked n Brighten blush and I picked up the color Golden Apricot. It reminds me of a MAC MSF's without all the glitter and fall out. It goes on so smooth and it's extreamly pigmented.
This is what Sephora says about it:
What it is:
Rich tones of marbleized pigments swirled together into a radiant liquid that is poured into terra cotta pans and baked for 24 hours into a soft, creamy powder.
What it is formulated to do:
Imparts a glow-giving blush that's perfect for all skin tones.
It comes in 6 different stunning colors:
Berry (pink/ berry/ cream/ gold), Golden Apricot (bronze/ gold/ rose), Honey Dipped (bronze/ gold/ copper, Pink Grapefruit (beige/ mauve/ pink shimmer), Roseberry (rose/ copper/ pink), and Sunswept (bronze/ coral/ rose)
These are $29.50 (size 0.32 oz) so they are a little more than the MSF's but these blushes will last you forever because you only need a little to get an amazing payoff!
Here are some pictures of Golden Apricot