I got Canmake Cream Cheek (Sweet Orange) in a swap with Dalenna ....Back in the winter of 2011. I have been loving this and was just too lazy to put up the review. Recently, I found out that (when I tried to hunt for more online) this shade is getting discontinued. So here comes the better-late-than-never review.
Canmake Cream Cheek is the most compact cheek color in my stash, having a diameter of less than 2 inches, which is smaller than many western brand eyeshadow single. Not only it's light weight and easy to pack into a travel makeup bag, I also don't feel bad having too many of them (I have two of them at the moment but my collection will grow!).
I tried for years but I never figure out how much product is in each compact. I heard that with daily use, it will run out in about 2 months.
Sweet Orange is a medium (not too bright, not to milky) orange coral with small golden shimmer through out. The shimmer are neither chunky nor frosty so it just gives a fresh glow on top of the coral tint. Cream Cheek has a dry-cream and slightly slippery (silicone-y but not as much as Revlon Cream Blush) texture that goes on and blends very well and among all the cream blush in the drugstore-price range, this is definitely the most pigmented one I have tried.
Canmake Sweet Orange (one swipe), Maybelline Candy Coral (many swipes and some digging involved) and Milani Mai-Tai powder blush. It gives a fresh coral flush (a bit of sun-burnt look) that's very lovely for spring and fall. The finish on the face isn't too powdery but there is a bit of frosted-glass look.
The not-very-helpful list of ingredients: Let see, I only recognize the shorts ones like talc, silica, mica, ferric acid (?), Barium sulfuric acid, Red 226, Yellow 4...