12 Blueprints Makeup Sample Bouquets

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12 Blueprints Makeup Sample Bouquets

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Each bouquet includes a small sample of each 12 Blueprints cosmetic color currently available for that season. Colors for each season listed below. Please choose your season from the drop down menu at right. You may order however many sets you like, but be advised I do not suggest using these bouquets as a diagnostic tool to discover your season. The current sets are as follows (descriptions from Christine Scaman):

Because of the labor intensive nature of sample production, we ask that you limit your order to no more than 3 bouquets.

Dark Winter

Lipstick

1.True Story (Matte) (6.2) (full coverage dark warm red, cooler and darker than DA’s Red Hollyhock)

2. Russian (all W) (Creme) (5.1-6.1) (cool coral red, looks more orange indoors, warm pink-red in daylight, nice coral for DW)

3. True Brit (Creme), between 6.2 and 6.3 (slightly smoked true red, a.k.a. the red that melds with Christine’s face)

4. Blackberry (Creme) (6.4) (red-violet for DW, moderately dark)

Blush

1. Bulgarian Rose (6.4) (smoked deep berry)

True Winter

Lipstick

1. Darling Pink (High Gloss) (3.9) (beautiful clear violet-fuchsia pink)

2. Have Mercy (Creme) (4.8 – 4.9) (purpley pomegranate)

3. Cherry Brandy (Matte) (coolest darkest on Sci/ART fan, 5.5 but cooler) (cranberry red, may work on all Winters)

Blush

1. Crystal Apple (4.5, a bit bluer and clearer) (will work alone or mixed with a TSu option)

2. Fast Track (TW 4.7) (red pink (Rachel's note: very purple in the pan, goes on pink))

3. Pink Boost(TW 3.8) (candy pink to lighten and energize BW, TW, and BSp)

Bright Winter

Lipstick

1. Red Amaryllis (Creme) (6.4) (bright pink red (Rachel's note: Dark on some, perfect red on others of this season))

2. Violet Cerise (Matte) (6.2-6.3) (for a cautious BW or as a "nude") (barely softened pink-red)

3. Scintillate (Creme) (6.2) (clear vivid fuchsia pink)

4. Marilyn (Matte) (BW 5.2) (vivid red coral, will work as a red option for BSp also)

Blush

1. Enchantment (6.3-6.4) (Bright Winter clear red, lovely alone or swirled with a wash of Pink Boost)

2. Pink Boost(TW 3.8) (candy pink to lighten and energize BW, TW, and BSp)

Bright Spring

Lipstick

1. Peony (Extreme Shine) (7.5 but lighter) (bright, warm, lively coral pink)

2. Superstar (Matte) (2.9) (deceptively warm bright pink)

3. Hula Hoop (Matte) (6.5) (saturated clear red orange)

4. Marilyn (Matte) (BW 5.2) (vivid red coral, will work as a red option for BSp also)

Blush

1. This One Day (7.4-7.5) (bright warm coral)

2. Pink Boost(TW 3.8) (candy pink to lighten and energize BW, TW, and BSp)

True Spring

Lipstick

1. Hawaiian Red (High Gloss) (6.4) (bright nectarine red-orange, for some True Spring, “the best red she’s ever worn”)

2. Honey Mandarin (High Gloss) (7.1) (clear melon orange, lovely everyday colour)

3. Orange Crush (Pearl Creme) (almost 7.2) (might be a light option for TA also) (clear, slightly coppered orange)

Blush

1. Expert (7.4) (ripe cantaloupe)

Light Spring

Lipstick

1. Sundancer (high gloss) (7.4) (light coral, fine gold shimmer)

Blush

1. Unsung (7.3-7.4) (pretty apricot pink)

Light Summer

Lipstick

1. Flowergirl (High Gloss) (6.3) (may be a good red for cool LSp also)(beautiful natural lip-pink, an MLBB)

2. Come Dancing (Pearl Crème) (6.5) (neutral soft red, soft pale golden shimmer

3. Light A Fire (Crème) (bluer than 7.3, too much brightness for True Summer, less saturated than BW Violet Cerise)

4.  (in testing) Mozart (Crème) (7.2) (pink lemonade, faintest coral in a cool-side pink)

Blush

1. Orchidee (6.3) (pink with coral-peach added, fine gold shimmer)

True Summer

Lipstick

1. Supreme (Creme) (2.9, bit redder and more saturated) (lavender violet)

2. Centre Stage (Matte) (not in the fan, deep rose petal pink, hoping it will read as watermelon)

3. Transcending (High gloss) (7.3) (Summer’s sheer coral pink)

Blush

1. Watered Silk  (TSu 2.7)  (medium pink for TSu)

2. Angel Wings (TSu 7.1) (soft, cool, light pink to lighten any Summer colour, workable alone on TSu and LSu, and to adjust all Winter and Summer colours; visible medium silver shimmer)

3. Coming Soon Blue Fuchsia (approx. TSu 2.8-2.9/ TW 4.8) (excellent mixed with Angel Wings to create True Summer fuchsia in a watercolour effect) 

Soft Summer

Lipstick

1. Delicacy (Pearlized Creme) (5.4-5.5) (deep soft rose red, a warm SSu and may be good SA red)

2. Red Heat (Pearlized Creme) (6.4) (warmest and lightest of the three, a natural lip colour)

3. Barry (Pearl Creme) (6.4-7.4) (muted cool berry with silver sheen)

Blush

Coming Soon

Soft Autumn

Lipstick

1. Gorgeous (Creme) (2.8) (pearlescent mocha rose)

2. Fascination (Pearl Creme) (SA 2.7) (gingered apricot with golden sheen)

3. 1. Daydream (Creme) (gentle orange)

Blush

Coming Soon

True Autumn

Lipstick

1. Flame (Pearl Creme) (3.7-3.8, quite metallic) (pearly red-brown, can appear red/copper/brown with movement and light)

2. Carnelian (Creme) (7.3 in DA book, could do both) (rich warm russet red)

3. Grown Up (Creme) (might do both TA (more sat than 2.7) and Tsp (7.4)) (rich coral)

4. Copper Sunset (Pearl Creme) (TA 2.7, very warm, possible for warm SA) (coppery rich mid-terracotta)

Blush

Coming Soon

Dark Autumn

Lipstick

1. Volcano (Pearlized Creme) (bit lighter than 2.8) (easy and natural lip colour for DA, warm red brown with copper pearl)

2. Smudge (High Gloss) (for all A, about 3.8 in TA book, could be good dark on SA 3.9-3.10) (sheer and build-able warm brick red)

3. Red Hollyhock (Creme) (bit cooler than 2.7, bright red-orange on me, could try also on TA) (warm soft red)

4. The Same Soul (Creme) (7.4) (spicy dark russet)

Blush

1. Baha (bit cooler than DA 7.3) (warm red rust, enough red to work as a warm DW option on some, maybe)

2. Blood Orange (very vivid red-orange)