The color is lovely but it's a little powdery. It looks pigmented but it fades like there's nothing on your face when blended so you'll need to apply it several times to be noticed. I usually do mine two to three times each cheek. I'm not sure for the other shades, but this one has a matte finish best during summer for that naturally healthy sun-kissed look. The brush isn't really any useful but if you insist on using it, do so in a circular motion.
2. San San Mousse Blush in Rosy Blush
This one is really sticky and really pigmented. If it's your first time to use a mousse cheek blush, dab it on small amounts with your finger or a sponge and blend it well. A little of this goes a long way and as I've said, it's really pigmented so you wouldn't want to put too much on and regret it later. There's only five shades available so pick the one that best complement your skin tone. This can give you a nice natural blush if applied properly plus it last longer than other type of blushes. One thing about it, it's really hard to remove with just water so you have to go through the process of removing your makeup.
Lightly pigmented and creamier than the cheek blusher. It's hardly noticeable if not for the shimmer. It's really useful if you want to play-up with your eyes or lips or even both without looking overdone because of its nude glowing finish.