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  • Rose Radiance

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Rose Radiance gives you a healthy, youthful glow with a soft, flawless finish. See Details

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Cheer up your complexion with the natural-looking luster of Rose Radiance. This barely-there pearlized pink sheen brightens your skin tone with a healthy, youthful glow to give you a soft, flawless finish.

Size: Medium (0.85 g / 0.03 oz.)

  • Adds a refreshing rosy glow to your complexion
  • Brightens your complexion with a translucent, lit-from-within glow
  • Keeps your skin clear of irritating preservatives
  • Gives you a healthy, youthful vibrancy
  • Sheer rose-pearl color layers beautifully over, under or mixed into your bareMinerals Foundation or Blush
  • Has versatile uses for cheeks, lips and eyes
  • Creates a noticeable effect with just a small sweep

Kaolin, Bismuth Oxychloride (CI 77163), Mica (CI 77019), Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Iron Oxides (CI 77492, CI 77491), Carmine (CI 75470)

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Rose Radiance 5 5 22 22
simply the Best!!! Rose Radiance is the best blush I have ever used It just gives that little sparkle When its on you know your ready to go. Its so beautiful once you have tried it you will always re order this. Just perfect for the holidays with just a touch of sparkle to say I'm beautiful. Just try it and you will always pick it first it gives you a beautiful glow and you don't need much a little goes a long way. 05/08/2014
Can be it's own blush I bought a sample of this at the outlet thinking it would give my current blush an amazing oomph factor. I always use clear radiance over blush, and thought this might be more fun. This is better suited to top a peach or brown based blush. I'm very pale, so when I put this on top of pink blush, it is super pink. I do however enjoy this as a very pale blush on it's own. 03/11/2014
Love this product. I use it as a blush, because i actually didn't know it was to highlight your face :) I wanted a very natural looking blush that i could wear every day. This definitely does the trick! 11/14/2013
I am obsessed. I have never used a blush like this in my whole life. It goes on smooth and lasts all day. It brightens my face where I need it the most. The color is beautiful and perfect for any skin tone. 06/09/2013
A must-have! I think this may be my favorite Radiance, so far. It gives you a subtle, natural-looking, sheer pink glow. It has just a little bit of shimmer, but not as much as some of the other Radiances I've tried. The thing I love most about it is its versatility. I like to highlight my cheekbones with either Warmth or Warm Radiance, then "apple" my cheeks with Rose, for a healthy looking glow. It's also a great alternative to eyeshadow. I'll sometimes use it alone, but more often I mix it with Secret Radiance for more of a shimmery rose-gold color. I just tried the lip balm trick (dip the tip of your clear lip balm in a small amount, and smooth it on your lips) and was really pleased at how creamy it went on (it looks pale, pearly pink.) I'm still experimenting with different combinations/applications, but this has looked beautiful every single way I've tried it. I own and love several different Radiances, but this is the only one that I wear every day. I can't imagine my make-up bag without it! 03/26/2013
Great for any season I can't believe I haven't reviewed this yet...I use this as instead of blush. Personally, I think it has a more natural color, and it does look like your skin has a natural rosy glow. It looks very light pink, but that's deceiving because it looks like it would go on very pale. But it doesn't, it will work with your natural skin tone to give it a subtle boost. There is no sparkle in this product, so you really do look like you're "lit from within". I also mix this with the warmth to make a very natural eye shadow, when I don't want to look made-up. I use this every day! 02/02/2013
Very Versatile This product is very versatile. You can use it as a blush, a highlighter, and an eyeshadow. It gives you a true "rosy" tone to your cheeks. It isn't too pink, a very mauvey color. I like to use it over my blush colors to create different looks with my cheekbones. The amount they give you is very generous and lasts and lasts. Great color!! 12/08/2012
Great alternative to blush This is the first radiance I tried and I love it! I'd been struggling to find the right blush. These are so much better. They don't go on as strong as the blushes and appear much more natural, like I prefer. You don't have to worry about overdoing it as easily and they are subtle enough to dust over other parts of your face or skin for a soft glow of color. This shade is a great natural kind of mauve-ish pink. Would flatter many skin tones and not too harsh or red for the fairer ones. 09/28/2012
Love it love it love it!!! I use all over face color in warmth and clear radiance for everyday use. However, this little gem is fabulous for adding a pop of color on days when you want to feel pretty and stand out. It goes perfect with my skin tone. I have a lot of freckles with a fairly medium skin tone and this color definately a compliment to that combination : D Very soft and subtle color with a light/bright pink shimmer! 07/27/2012
glad I grabbed this I used to use the Warmth radiance but because my skin color is so light, it would make me look orange or muddy. I chose this based on the reviews. It absolutely highlights my high cheek bones and makes my smile absolutely radiate. I love it!! 05/17/2012
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I think I'd like to try this Radiance ...is the rose color more on the cool side, warm or a neutral? TY!
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I would say more neutral.
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Flawless Radiance is perfectly neutral so looks great on any skin tone. Not too pink (cool) or too orange (warm).
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Alright, BE users. I'd love some advice. In case it is relevant, I have fair skin with neutral undertones. I use Fairly Light foundation.

I purchased Rose Radiance quite a while ago but rarely use it because I'm worried that I don't know what I'm doing. I read a really excellent explanation on how to use it on this page, so I think that part is solved. Now I am wondering if I can/should use Rose Radiance in coordination with both Warmth and blush. I typically use both Warmth and blush when I apply, although it seems like the Warmth never really shows up. Do any of you folks use all three? Does anyone have an good application tips?
2 years, 7 months ago
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I think all three would be a bit much. I use the Rose Radiance as a blush in the winter when I have lighter skin and it looks great on its own. It might be okay to use Warmth as a bronzer and Rose Radiance for a blush. Or maybe use Rose Radiance in place of a bronzer and then a blush on the cheeks, but I think that might get a little too rosy. I wouldn't use all three together though. Play around with Rose Radiance as a blush and see how that looks on you. It's really pretty on its own.
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Honestly you could just use rose radiance as a blush. It looks amazing without the warmth, if I were you I would test each one to figure out what you would like best but I do suggest the rose radiance on its own. I just smile really big and put it on the top part of my cheeks and then apply the rest of my makeup.
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I'm pretty new to bare minerals makeup. Is radiance the same as bronzer or something else? i know where to apply bronzer but i want to make sure this is the right thing! i have pretty fair skin. I wear the lightest makeup and was wondering if you think i should go with rose radiance. I think it would stand out too much and i want to keep it natural. I'm also thinking about pure or clear radiance. All the others i think will be too dark. Thanks for your time!
3 years, 8 months ago
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Flawless Radiance is, hands-down, the most versatile Radiance they make. It is perfectly neutral so isn't too pink or too orange and looks great on any skin tone.
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I have very fair skin as well. All three of the radiances you mention work great on fair skin and look natural. Radiance is all-over face colour, so you apply it everywhere. Rose radiance has a bit of rosiness to it, but very very little. Clear and flawless will pretty much look colourless on fair skin. The main point of radiance is to add glow to your skin. With rose radiance, you can also add a bit extra on your cheeks for natural looking blush. With clear and flawless radiance, I like to add a bit extra to the top of my cheeks for a bit of extra glow and highlight.
3 years, 6 months ago
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Go with clear radiance if you want it very natural. I wear rose radiance as a blush and I wear fair foundation. Rose radiance makes a gorgeous color blush on my skin tone. Any time you wear a highlighter, you are using it to help create a structure to the face and to give a soft glow to the skin. Use it right on the cheek bone, bring it in as you would your blush sort-of right on top to above your blush. When you put it on the cheek bone you can bring it up to the temple too. Next place is on the chin, just a quick little dab with a blush brush close to the tip of your chin. Third is the cupids bow above your lip. Next is the nose, there are several ways to do the nose depending on your nose. The most common way is to go down the length of the nose covering the bridge of the nose and go almost to the tip. If you have a nose that you do not like, play around with the application. I have a sort-of long nose, radiance looks best on just the tip of mine. Almost done...next is the brow bone. You can put it directly on the brow bone and above the eye brow. Use a smaller brush to do this part, your eye shadow brush is best for the eye area and cupids bow. Lastly you can put it on the inner corners of your eyes. This will highlight the inner eye area without looking like you are trying to be in a celebrity photo shoot (no offense to the rock stars out there, rock it if you can). I find the highlighter process easy once you get the hang of it, pretty quick to do also. Hope I helped.
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I have more golden tones than pink but I still have Irish skin. I already bought the warm radiance but I thought I'd ask for next time.
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I think Flawless Radiance would be the best fit if you're looking for a gentle glow without adding color (bronze or rose). It has a creamy gold color so is nice and neutral yet with a beautiful glow. I also love to mix it into my body lotion for an all-over glow without looking glittery. It is, hands-down, the most versatile Radiance they sell and it is a staple in my make-up kit.
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I would suggest bare radiance.
3 years, 6 months ago
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I think you should try rose radiance. Worst case scenario is that it won't work as a highlighter for you and then you can use it as a blush. The most natural looking way to get a glow on skin is with a golden or soft pink highlighter. Those are colors that are found in most skin tones already. If you are lighter than tan, pink is typically the most natural for you. If you are darker than tan, golden is typically the most natural color. Those are the colors those skin tones typically already have as a sheen or glow. That is not to say that another color will not look great or pretty. I am fair and like rose radiance when I wear cooler makeup colors and clear (which is more golden) when I wear warmer colors.
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