Antonym’s Baked Blush undergoes a unique baking process in terracotta pans. The end result is a silky, weightless finish. It ends up looking like youthfully flushed skin itself.
Antonym offers the blush in three flattering shades: Peach (my color, pictured above), Rose and Copper.
Easy to Use
The combination of artful pigmentation and a slight transparency means Antonym Baked Blush is simple to use. It’s near impossible to mess up the application—you don’t need to know a lot about makeup to apply it like a pro. It never looks streaky or cakey, just smooth and gorgeous.
Inside the Ingredients
Ingredients: squalane, lauroyl lysine, organic corn starch, mica, octyldo-decanol, hectorite, water, caprylic/capric triglyceride, benzyl alcohol, dehydroacetic acid, sorbic acid. May contain: titanium dioxide, CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499.
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The talc-free formulation doesn’t dry out skin. It also doesn’t enhance pores or fine lines, but blends beautifully into skin.
There’s one more perk to the Baked Blush: the signature Antonym packaging. Their sustainable bamboo compact embodies modern eco-consciousness. If your makeup gets left out on the counter, like mine does, it’ll look great sitting there.
Where to Buy It
The Antonym Baked Blush is $36.
This product is part of my popular guide, The Shopper’s Guide to Natural & Nontoxic Makeup.
*This post is not sponsored. All opinions are my own.
**Products get makeovers too. Be sure to check if this product has been recently re-formulated before using it yourself.