These are all 100% pure minerals made with the same ingredients as Medusa’s Eyedusts: Titanium Dioxide, Mica and Iron Oxide. They are very pigmented and very finely milled but three of them have glitter in them and make the texture a little chunkier. The packaging also comes with a sifter to prevent too much product from falling out. Because these are pure minerals and made with natural ingredients they can be used on all parts of your body. You can use them wet by spraying your brush with water, MAC Fix+ or dipping your brush in Medusa’s Makeup Eyeliner Seal. Alternatively, you can use a body and face mixing medium to create a creamy blush. All of these are either shiny and glittery or a satiny finish that is super bright. I would not suggest to use these all over your face, as these are too bright or too glittery. These would need to be strategically and sparingly placed if you were to used them as blush or bronzer. These are about $12 CAD and $10 USD.
Highlight: This is a white with gold iridescence and swatches quite smoothly. I would suggest using this as brow bone or cheek bone highlight and use sparingly as it is quite shimmery. You can even try mixing it with a face and body mixing medium, such as MAC Mixing Medium Face/Body to create a liquid highlighter or mixing either face cream or body lotion for a more subtle all over glow. This would make a nice highlight for the collarbone, cleavage or legs.
Ghostly: This is a light champagne pink with light pink glitter. This is very glittery and I would suggest using this only as a body shimmer. You can use this as blush, as it is a light pink colour but I would use a very light hand and blend it out with either powder or a matte bronzer.
Healthy: This is a medium bronzy rose with glitter. The glitter for Healthy is quite chunky and shiny. If I am to wear this on my face I would just put this on my cheeks for a rosy bronze look and blend with either a mixing medium to make a creamy blush or blend it out with your regular face powder to make it more subtle. Because of the bigger chunks of glitter, I think this is better suited for the body than the face. This colour reminds me of MAC MSF in Light Flush.
Above: Beach Bum
Beach Bum: This is a deep bronzy rose with glitter and goes on quite shiny. This can be use as a bronzer blush but only on the cheeks, otherwise it would make your face look too red and shiny. In general, I would make the same suggestions as Healthy, Ghostly and Highlight for this colour: mix it with face cream or makeup mixing medium to make a creamy blush or mix it with body lotion for an all over body glow.
Above: Dangerous Liaison
Dangerous Liaison: A bright blue pink that goes on a satiny finish. This one has no glitter or excessive shine in it. I find this to be a satiny finish compared to the above colours. The colour reminds me of MAC Hello Kitty Tippy blush, but in loose powder form and brighter. It goes on very bright and pink. Even when I use a light hand, it goes on super bright and I needed to blend it out with my MAC MSF Natural powder. Alternatively, you can use a mixing medium to make a creamy blush and blend blend blend. If you like hot pink lips, you can mix this with lipgloss or Medusa’s Makeup Stick It primer to make lipgloss.
Above Georgia Peach
Georgia Peach: This is a peachy pink coral with a light sheen but with no glitter. Like Dangerous Liaison, it is a blush colour. It goes on super bright also and I would make the same general application suggestions as the above colour.
From top to bottom: Healthy, Ghostly, Highlight
From left to right: Beach Bum, Dangerous Liaison, Georgia Peach
*Medusa’s website also shows a new colour call Jezebel, which looks like a dusty pinkish purple blush colour. Unfortunately, I do not have this colour to swatch.