I am resisting all temptation to type "OMG look at the packaging *squee*" as it is rather fabulous
in all it's zebra print glory not to mention the dinky little black velvet storage pouch and sweet little brush that both add a hint of glamour and sophistication.
Luckily it is not all about the packaging as the product housed inside is rather wonderful too.

"Phyto-Blush Eclat ultra-fine, unctuous and silky blush provides a light, translucent and long lasting make-up result. 
It adapts to all skin tones, allowing you to create multiple make-up effects, from the most natural to the most sophisticated. 
Apply the lighter shade followed by the darker shade for sculpting. 
Both shades may also be blended together to create the desired intensity."

The Sisley Phyto-Blush Éclat line features 5 various shades most of which are pink based
but I am not complaining as I find pink blushes work best in the winter months, 
particularly when you are a little wind swept and shall we say interesting?
I have the shade Pinky Coral which is essential very much a me shade as I do have a tendency
to steer towards anything remotely coral toned.
Pinky Coral features segments of both a bright orange tinged pink and a paler peachy toned pink
which when combined create a bright, almost neon pinky coral - hence the shade name.
Although the description states that each segment in the blush can be used separately I'm afraid I'd have
to disagree as the shape and size doesn't really lend itself to individual use.
Pinky Coral is a little stark so for that reason I would recommend it for those with light to medium skin tones.

What I like most about Sisley Phyto-Blush Éclat in Pinky Coral is that the shade has enough warmth
to deem it seasonably appropriate and as the formula of the blush is semi-translucent ,
it works with your natural skin tone rather than masking it.
Pinky Coral is matte and moderately pigmented, by that I mean it applies with ease but those with
a heavy hand needn't worry as it doesn't provide intense colour in one layer.
Speaking of layers you can build this shade up but as it is matte I would approach with caution
as it does have the potential to cake and look a little ashen.
Luckily it does not settle into fine lines nor enlarged pores and wears for around 7/8 hours on my oily skin
before it began to fade and slide but is comfortable and light to wear.

Sisley Phyto-Blush Éclat in Pinky Coral* £48.50/7g via Harrods - link