South of France 01 (£28.50) comes in a mirrored compact containing four subtle shades that can be used for cheeks and eyes.
The two top shades are the sheerest, the top left is a champagne, top right a nude peachy pink. The lower shades are more pigmented, on the left is a warm mauve pink and the right is a peachy beige sand.
There is a more intense shimmer/micro glitter finish on top of the powder that wears off with use, though the powder still retains a shimmer finish and a hint of micro glitter (the least present in the darkest shade).
In terms of texture I find it has a slightly dry feel and is quite flyaway, though it blends well and lasts the day.
The shades make a nice wash on the eye for a natural look (though I use the deeper shade very lightly due to the pinkness). Mixed together on the cheek they give a soft warm dusty mauve pink flush, on my pale skin this was more noticeable on that I was expecting and definitely falls more into the blusher category than highlighter for me.
Swatches below, clockwise from top left:
Swatch of all colours blended together:
The palette comes with a little brush which is reasonable soft and works fine for depositing a sheer layer of product on the cheeks.
Overall I'm very pleased with this, though the combined colour is a bit more deep and mauve/pink that I had anticipated, I do like the warm dusty gleam it adds to the skin.
I bought this from zuneta.com