I purchased this (off the Bobbi Brown website, for £19.50) after seeing it on a few people online. It looked like a subtle, natural flush of neutral pink-beige, and it’s a lip and cheek dual product, which is right up my street. (The Becca beach tints are my absolute favourites.)
The actual colour isn’t what I was expecting — it’s considerably darker and more warm-toned. I was quite disappointed because I tend to bring out the orange tones in everything, and this pulled distinctly peach on me. Here’s the Powder Pink pot rouge worn on cheeks. As you can see it looks peachy rather than pink. It’s got a very dry and solid consistency, and it’s quite pigmented — has to be applied in very small amounts, and blended out quickly and well. For this reason I feel that this would work best for people with good, unblemished skin — the vigorous blending you’d have to do after applying this would easily mess up any foundation or concealer underneath. Here’s the Powder Pink pot rouge worn on lips. I much prefer this on the lips, because it’s much easier to apply and leaves a nice emollient finish. I didn’t find it drying.
Overall, I think this is a product best suited to people with clear and unblemished skin, on whom this would look very seamless and natural when worn as a blush. It functions decently as a lip colour but being emollient, doesn’t last very long. I would recommend this to people who like their blush pigmented and long-wearing.