These powder blushes and highlighters come in at a generous 6.5g each, with a usable portable brush and sleek black plastic compact. The shade selection is a tightly-edited line-up of wearable, elegant shades (no candied lavenders or flourescent oranges here) and all shades are imbued with an extremely fine, pearly sheen.Texture-wise, they are so finely milled so as to feel like creams (and are some of the few powder blushes that are tolerable on my dry skin in winter) but my oily-skinned friends also report that these wear on them without fading or oxidising. Basically, they're bigger, better versions of Shu Uemura Glow Ons.
Not all shades are available in all markets. (If you ask me, not enough shades are available, full stop. I NEED MORE.) HK retail is $260 each.
Here are the shades at my counter, two swipes each.
BE206 Soft Beam Gold
RS302 Tea Rose
artificial light+flash (this is as shimmery as they can possibly look)
I'm sorry the Medusa swatch is barely visible on me -- I like to use it layered over other blushes to lighten them, cool them down and add a sheen. WT905 High Beam White (not swatched here) makes a better highlighter for the pale. For a glimpse of Medusa's true beauty on someone darker, please check out temptalia's glowing (harhar) review.