Soft natural looking color with a hint of blush
I have known so many people that like the minerals powders that when I got the chance to try the **Max Factor ColorGenius Mineral Blush** I was excited. I thought it would make a nice compliment to my Lancome foundation and make my skin still look glowing and healthy during the winter months. **Max Factor ColorGenius Mineral Blush** is very easy to use and reasonably priced. However, the brush is very rough and actually hurts my skin. The powder color I got is too orange for my skin, I think a different color more pink would work better with my skin tones, but that's not Max Factors fault. There are three color tones to the palette, and three "colors" to choose from, Peaches, Roses, and Spices. You swirl your brush through the **Max Factor ColorGenius Mineral Blush** palette and then swirl it onto your skin all over your face for more of a clean look than traditional blushes do. What I don't like about **Max Factor ColorGenius Mineral Blus**h is that it is a little too powdery spreading around as I try to put in on the brush. Also, it makes my skin feel too dry, and not silky smooth as I had hoped. Continued use actually dried my skin out. I don't really have sensitive skin, but in this case Max Factor ColorGenius Mineral Blush is just not right for my skin. Who knows maybe a different color, maybe a different brush, but I don't think so. **Max Factor ColorGenius Mineral Blush** may work for some, but it is just not right for me.