I'm sure we all have seen things here and there about the FashionistA custom palettes  
which have a unique selling point unlike MAC and similar palettes is that all the refills in the range 
are the same size meaning you can mix and match between eyeshadows, blushes and bronzers!
Well FashionistA have added to their already vast selection of shades with lots of new hues
to chose from and today I have four of the newest and prettiest blushes in the range.

I don't want to blab on too much on the actual palettes but they do come in two shades palettes 
are available in two colours Metallic Red and Glossy Black, they are really sturdy with a large mirror. 
When you flip the palette over to it's back you can easily see which shade is which without 
opening the palette due to the clear labelling on the back which is something that always irks me 
about other palettes on the market!Each product be in an eyeshadow or blush is presented within small black individual palettes which you can use as an individual shade or you can pop it out and slot it into the palette. 
When removing the shades to place them in a palette I recommend 'popping' them out over a soft surface such as a towel to prevent them landing on a hard surface and smashing!

FashionistA Blush in New York
For me Autumn/Winter is all about rocking various shades of plum,
technically this is more of a mauve shade due to it's strong cool tone but it is a subtle nod to the trend.
This is a great shade for those with a light skin tone as when sheered out it provides a really flattering
mauve wash of colour and despite being frosted/baked in formula this presented no problems to my
fish ponds that we know as pores.

FashionistA Blush in London
London is a frosted/baked blush that is a yellow tinged pink that reminds me a little of MAC's Stereo Rose MSF, which of course has been discontinued for what feels like an age (can you tell I miss it?).
This is a little more coral in tone but gives the same effect and is a great everyday pink blush
but do approach with caution if you have enlarged pores as I found this shade to highlight the problem.
In terms of pigmentation I deem this to be moderate but can be easily built up if required.

FashionistA Blush in Flush
Flush is of course a deep pink almost berry blush that is ram packed with pigmentation
and has a slight shimmer finish but is not baked so it is fairly subtle.
Despite being crazily pigmented the shade does lend itself nicely to pretty much every skin tone
and I do think this is the shade I will be sporting this winter.

FashionistA Blush in Milan
Milan is another baked blush this time it is a true candy almost Barbie pink
that is neutral in tone and again pretty much universal.
Out of all the baked blushes this is the most intense in terms of colour pay off
but it can be sheered out with ease and again presented no problems with my pores.

All of the blushes retail for £4 each and the empty palettes are £5 - link (via Superdrug)