Glossier Cloud Paint Seamless Cheek Color (you can use my rep link for 20% off + free shipping!)
PSA: Glossier just released two new Cloud Paint shades today. Meet Dawn and Storm! This is one of my favorite blush formulas and I love that the collection was inspired by gradient pink NYC sunsets. Read more for Glossier Cloud Paint swatches, shade comparisons and my review.
(For my review on the original four shades, go here!)
The formula, described as a gel-cream, is easy to blend with fingers. No need for brushes or tools. I am obsessed with the fact that the packaging reminds me of watercolor paint tubes.
GLOSSIER CLOUD PAINT IN DAWN & STORM
These are the two new shades. At first glance, Dawn and Storm look a lot more pigmented and saturated in color than the original four shades.
Dawn is described as a sunny coral.
Storm is described as a warm rose.
(I think this is an interesting way to describe the shade. I would consider it as more of a raspberry/chocolate blend, if that makes sense?)
What do they look like on the skin? The color out of the tube is very bright but it goes on sheer and is blendable/buildable. You can find my swatches of the original four shades (Puff, Beam, Dusk, Haze) in my previous Cloud Paint blog post here!
GLOSSIER CLOUD PAINT SHADE COMPARISONS
When I was taking these pictures, I noticed that Dawn kind of seems like the more saturated version of Beam and that Storm kind of seems like a darker, more saturated version of Haze. I thought it might be helpful to show side by side swatches so you can see the difference in colors! While they’re in the same color family, all the shades are still very different from one another.
Glossier Cloud Paint Beam v. Dawn
[Top: Beam / Bottom: Dawn]
On the skin, Beam is much more peachy than Dawn. I would say that Dawn is much more on the orange side of the spectrum.
[Top: Haze / Bottom: Storm]
On the skin, Haze looks a lot more pink than Storm. Storm has some more plum/brown undertones that make it great for adding a little definition/contour to the cheek.
Glossier Cloud Paint Shades
Puff: a light, cool pink that creates a healthy brightening effect
Beam: a coral-peach shade that gives skin an energized glow
Dusk: a brownish nude that warms skin and adds definition
Dawn: a sunny coral that looks like you spent the afternoon napping on a boat
Haze: a berry shade that provides the perfect post-workout flush
Storm: a warm rose that gives skin color and a subtle contour
One thing I love about Glossier is that they consistently release shades that are flattering on all skin tones. I was hesitant about Dawn when I first saw it on the packaging but once I put it on my skin I loved it.
(Coco looks amazing in Dawn.) Such a great sun-kissed look.
You can also mix different Cloud Paint shades together to create a customized blend! Some of my favorite combos include Beam + Dusk or Haze + Storm.
Where to purchase: $18/10 mL or $30 for two, Glossier Website
(use this link for 20% off your first order + free shipping on orders over $30!)
That is exactly the review I was looking for – comparison of new shades with bean and puff! Thanks so much! 🙂
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