*mistake - my computer was just being slow - please ignore =_=;;
| Originally Posted by michelle79
I was curious about MSFs since people rave about them so much. I have a couple of questions:
Are they supposed to be in place of blush or can they be used with blush?
What are the popular ones now?
| Originally Posted by jetgirl
OK, I have been trying out my petticoat, but I don't think it is for me. The lighter main pink and the gold looks great, but I believe the "amber" makes it glow kinda weird -- especially in natural light. I'm using it as a blush/ highlighter. COuld I just be too fair?
| Originally Posted by sharkbytes
Well, it all depends on the amount of each color in your particular pan of Petticoat. I know it sounds weird, lol. But they're baked, and some have more of the rosy color and less of the gold, and some have more gold and amber than pink. Also, the brush you use will make a huge difference. I use the 187 stippling brush, and it gives you just the right amount of color from the MSF, without it being too harsh. hth.