Thursday, 23 June 2011

Shu Uemura Color Atelier Glow On Blush Swatches

Below are swatches of some of the new Shu Uemura Glow On blushes. It seems like the blushes are still made in Japan while most of the new eyeshadows are now made in South Korea with a few eyeshadow shades being made in Japan.

The blushes vary in terms of the colour payoff and degree of shimmer. P Medium Bronze 780 and P Vivid Orange 571 are easily two of the most intensely pigmented blushes whereas several of the M shades in the palette below required a few layers in order to show up.

I couldn't get good swatches of the shades below as most of them just blended into my arm.


Georgina said...

hi haru, thank you for posting swatches of the new blushers! :) did you notice any difference between the old glow ons and the color atelier glow on blushers in terms of quality? did they upgrade or just renamed them

Jamilla Camel said...

Thanks for the swatches. I'll check these out next time at the Shu counter.

Haru said...

Hi coffretgorge,
The formula has supposedly been revamped. In terms of the quality, I don't see any significant differences with the old Glow On blushes but I don't own any Shu blushes except for a couple in previous LE palettes so I'm really not an expert on Shu blushes.

Hannah said...

Hi haru, are the new blushers the same size as the old ones? I'm concerned about this as i have some of the old ones but i wish to get the casing of the new ones!

Haru said...

Hi Hannah,
I don't know if the blush pans are the same size, only that the net weight is lesser for the new blushes. The quickest way to check is to call the Shu counter and ask or bring your Shu blush to the counter to check. Or you can try asking on the Shu Singapore Facebook page.

Elaine said...

Thanks for the swatches, Iris! I am going to take a look at the blushers when it is launched. ;)