Before I got into powder blushes (I just enjoy dusting it on to "set" my sunscreen and the fact that many powder blush would even out my skin tone a bit) Stila convertible colors were my favorite cheek products, I collected a few but stopped after realizing the rate of me using them up is no where close to the rate those dust (or unknown stuff) that's accumulating on the cream surface...Ok, back to topic:
Stila Convertible Color in Gladiola is a bright orange cream(again, courtesy of my roommate)"stuff" that can be used as both lip and cheek stain (the formula is a bit too thick to be used as a lipstick but it's still doable). The bright orange looks scary at first but it shows up as a healthy peachy, tipsy glow once it's sheered out.Many said it's a great color for girls with tan skin but I personally also think it's lovely on girl with fair skin tone, especially when it blends with the natural redness of skin and creates that deep-from-within flush, that's different from a diaper-rash like one (the kind I get with some pink blush).
To make the post longer and more interesting (I don't like to do blush swacthes since I never use enough for them to show in picture), here is a swatch comparison between all the oranges lipsticks (my roommate and) I have:
MAC Morange is a juicy tangerine that looks great dabbed on (then layered with a clear gloss), Etude House VIP girl OR205 is creamier, peachier orange that's very typical of their sweetie-pie brand image (and it smells so good!) my favorite of the bunch is actually Revlon .
Here is another picture of Revlon Colorburst Lipstick in Coral, I finally got a color accurate one taken. Note to self, avoid taking pictures when the sun is about to set. I think it's a really glamorous orange (sounds a bit weird to hear "glamorous" and "orange" in the same sentence) that would match both a pretty vintage gown, sun dress or even a floral bathing suit.