The embossed design on the powder is a very pretty touch for the cause. The colour consists of a matte bright pink and shimmery segments, which together leave such a fresh sheen on the cheeks that is longlasting too. I'm sure you can see in the swatches that the pink section is not the most pigmented, but that isn't all a bad thing as it leaves us heavy handed applicators on the safe side from the 'aunt sally' rosy cheeks. With a neutral eye and pink gloss lip, this shade works wonders and really suits my complexion, as I can imagine it would on most.
The lip glaze is in 'Splendor', a slightly iridescent pink that is super glossy but a teeny bit sticky. Glosses and I have never been the best of friends, especially on windy days but this shade has gotten me to pay more attention to the stuff. This is also quite longlasting due to its tackiness, which is quite a nice thing as you don't have to reapply often. However, truth be told I'm rather lazy on that front and topping up makeup in general.
The cheek palette can be purchased individually for £10 on a range of sites, and the duo for £13 which is instock here.