Flower Beauty Flower Pots Blushes come in 5 shades (the fifth, Deep Peony, is only available on Flower Beauty’s website). I purchased the 4 available on Ulta’s website. Each one contains 0.21 oz / 6 grams and retails for about $11. I’ve heard many people say these are available at Walmart as well but their website only has 3 of the shades and many of my local Walmarts do not carry them.
Sweet Pea is a soft rosy shade with cooler undertones and a matte finish. It is just ever so slightly powdery but not messy in the pan. It had medium opacity but built up well on the cheek and blended out easily. This shade lasted about 7 hours before I noticed a little bit of fading.
Peach Primrose is a light orange with warm undertones and a matte finish. This was also a bit powdery but didn’t make a mess when picking up product with a brush. This shade had more pigmentation than sweet pea but not so much that it was difficult to apply or blend out. I noticed slight fading after 8 hours of wear.
Wild Rose is a bright blue-based pink with a matte finish. It was a little powdery but not messy in the pan. The pigmentation was good but not overly strong which made applying and blending this very bright shade easy. I wore this for about 8.5 hours and saw very minimal fading by the end of it.
Warm Hibiscus has a medium pink base with a light peachy sheen. The shimmer is fairly strong so if it is applied heavily the finish can become frosty and emphasize texture. I felt that applying it with a light hand gave me enough of the pinky base to show up without getting overly shimmery on the cheek. This is a shade to be a bit careful with when applying. I wore this for 8 hours and didn’t notice any fading.