No, I have not forgotten how to spell. This is the shade name of the blush (it's an American line) and therefore I am reproducing it exactly.
I was going to give Dolce & Gabbana Devil lipstick another whirl today, to see if the bleeding lipline was a freak event or controllable by a lipliner. Unfortunately Mr London turned off the alarm without waking either of us up, so my face this morning had to be very quick indeed.
I fell back on a couple of very easy products - Rock & Republic mousse blush in Rumor and lipgloss in Drama Queen (I admit, I bought this for the name.)
Both of these are a toning peach-with-a-little-pink shade, perfect for a healthy summer look. It's not terribly easy to wear a bronzey look if you are pale, and so this type of shade is a nice alternative for the summer.
The blush is a firm mousse texture, not as spongy as the Maybelline mousse blushes, for example, more like the texture of the Guerlain cream eyeshadows, which were lamentably discontinued a couple of years ago. It gives a soft glowy flush, and lasts remarkably well for a creamy product; I still have some colour left at the end of a 10 hour day.
The lipgloss is sheer, and gives a veil of colour. It is one of the shimmery shades in this product, there are a few creamy shades, which are also quite sheer. It is non sticky, scented with vanilla, and it does have an odd artificial sweetener taste to it.
The best swatches are at Nordstrom.com, which also helpfully describes the textures. In the UK this line is available at Harrods, but I am slightly worried they may be discontinuing it; all of the products are reduced by £2 or so on the Harrods website (the lipgloss is £16 instead of £18.) As I mentioned in my previous post on the Rock & Republic eyeshadows, this brand has a luxury positioning. I am not sure that its fashion label is sufficiently well known here to support a cosmetic brand at this price point in the UK in the current market.
There's also the Harrods factor for me - I am sure I would own more of the range if Harrods wasn't such a pain to get to. I am interested in the lipgloss in Sexy Beast (You will! You will! You will!*) which is a rosy brown, and the pressed blush in Bedroom, which is a matte pink/brown shade.
*From the Ray Winstone film.