My other posts have already touched on the price, sizing, and packaging of the line; please see previous reviews for that information.
According to Hourglass's website, Luminous Flush is "a champagne rose blush fused with Luminous Light to evoke a candlelit glimmer." I find it to look bold in the pan, and just as bold if swatched with anything but a light hand.
I used a MAC 130SE for my swatches in order to best demonstrate the color payoff.
Outside, no flash:
Outside, with flash:
Inside, no flash:
Inside, with flash:
I found that Luminous Flush was an aptly named shade. It certainly added a flush to my cheeks. If I used a light hand and blended well, it turned into a perfect replica of my natural flush. In that way, it's perfect for spring and part of the perfect, refreshed spring look. It's difficult to explain, but when wearing this blush I looked vital and alive.
This shade is tricky in that it requires a very light hand to get the true effect. A quick swatch on the hand with your finger won't do the shade justice. Neither will anything but a fluffy blush brush. However, if you enjoy rose-toned blushes, I'd recommend checking this out.
A champagne rose blush fused with Luminous Light to evoke a candlelit glimmer. - See more at: http://www.hourglasscosmetics.com/ambient-lighting-blush/#sthash.6ys8zT2b.dpuf