Shade of the Month (August): Wallflower

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This month’s color is Wallflower. Subtle but striking, this pretty peachy nude gives a natural flushed look that’s great for everday wear. 

Unlike it’s name, it mixes well with others. 

What I love about our cream makeup is  that it can be as light or as bold as you want. Want to go a little bolder? Then simply add another layer.

Feeling a little creative, try mixing it with another color and see what you’re able to come up with. 

Why You'll Like It

Every shade doubles as a lip color and a cheek color, saving you money and space in your makeup bag! Our Lip + Cheek shades are highly pigmented, so you can get the color you want with minimal product. With shades in a variety of finishes including satin, semi-gloss, and gloss, you can achieve a flush that is perfect for your complexion

How To Apply

Check out the image below to find your face shape and see the best areas to apply Pink Lemonade.

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