I hate writing about blush (because there is not much to write about and they more or less look the same on the cheeks) but let's get this over with! The Glow Fleur Cheek is part of my fall haul (that didn't get here this spring), since I am generally happy with Canmake's blush, I decided try a pink one (I ditched my well-liked Benefit Dandelion and Bobbi Brown Rose shimmer brick due to their bulky packaging). Well, the plastic compact of Canmake is still somewhat bulky, with extra space and the slot for brush (which is actually soft, fluffy and usable).
Strawberry Fleur is a collection of five pinks and a pinkish white highlighter. Since each other are too small to be used individually anyway, I just swirl them all together for a very soft pink glow.
As you can see the shimmer in Glow Fleur Cheek is abundant but quite refined. The powder goes on smooth enough but they enhance the dry bits on my cheeks. (Now to think of it, maybe I do have dry skin all along, it's just not as affected when I lived in the very hot and humid climate). I have used it on bare face and on top of sunscreen (the lightly moisturizing one from Coppertone) and the color pay off and staying power are less than satisfactory.
Strawberry Fleur Swatched with a Gosh Eyeliner (because the blush is too sheer that my camera's auto focus doesn't work on it). Even though the color is noticeable, the pink tint and glowy finish sits on the very top of my face. It's neither subtly flattering nor garish...Just something makes me go "Why am I even bothering putting this on?"
Overall: This is a total dud for me (my dry cheeks) and I would probably stay off from the rest of their Glow Fleur Cheek. Let's hope the Matte Fleur Cheeks works a little better.
Bonus picture of some pink flowers (plum blossoms?). It seems that summer is here already (I am not happy about it).