Clinique Peach Pop Blush ($21.00 for .12 oz.) is one of four permanent blush shades released with the Clinique Cheek Pop Collection for spring 2014. Each shade is embossed with a daisy and comes packaged in a sleek, clear compact. Not only am I a sucker for packaging, but what girl can resist a blush that's imprinted with a flower? Needless to say, was love at first sight.
Peach Pop is a coral pink with a satin finish and just the slightest hint of sheen. I was beyond impressed with the pigmentation of this blush and the texture is quite amazing as well. Clinique describes these blushes as "pure, natural cheek color that looks virtually powderless". These blushes feel like a powder but they perform more like a cream to powder - they blend into the skin with ease and they don't look powdery on the skin or accentuate pores or fine lines. Peach Pop lasted longer than average on me, about 9 hours, before needing a touch up.
Similar shades I found in my collection: MAC Ripe for Love is darker, more coral with less pink. theBalm Frat Boy is more pink, not as coral and contains no sheen.