Fans of cool-toned blushes should take a look at Belize Silky Blush by Sue Devitt. Described as a "shimmering pink-plum", but actually low in shimmer and more pink than anything else, this is a very pretty color that balances out a bronzed look and appears more natural on the face than on my arm. Still, if it weren't a gift with purchase and I could have had my pick when I got it, I'd go with Katherine, a deeper and not as cool a shade.
I swatched it a little heavily, so take note that when applied with a fluffy blush brush or a Yachio, Sue Devitt Belize is more sheer and has a fine glow. Like all Sue Devitt blushes I've tried so far (see my review of Tralee) , it's easy to blend and has a very fine and light texture. Speaking of Tralee, I sometimes mix the two together and it looks pretty- not too nude, not too cool.
Bottom Line: worth testing.
Sue Devitt Belize Silky Blush ($20) is available at many department stores (my local Macy's has a fully stocked counter) and from suedevittbeauty.com. I got it as a GWP months ago.
Handsome model: Kosh