A £64 blusher you say? No thanks, mate - I can get eight blushers for that price in Superdrug. Fair enough, good day to you. And yet... you're still drawn to the magnificence of the orchid design aren't you? So twirly and swirly, like some kind of pink pagan goddess opening her arms to engulf you in her mystical cosmetic glow. Is it any good? - you wonder, why the hell does it cost so much? - you also wonder. Well, reader, Sisley's L'Orchidee Rose Highlighting Blush is pretty sensational, a sheer, glistening wonder of a winter blush that makes my cheeks look like I've been kissed by Jack Frost (no, wait - that's creepy, especially when I think of the Jack Frost Michael Keaton played). When paired with silver highlighter, this is insane, it gives a beautiful glow that can be as natural or as full on as you like. Swirl your brush over all the pinks, or use them separately (tricky if you don't have a small brush), it's also a good lightweight compact with a mirror for on the go. Sisley claims this luminous blusher trio is designed to keep the skin soft with micro-pearls and what not, and it can even out skin as well as contouring it and making it glow. I don't know about all that, all I know is it looks damn pretty, and I cannot get enough of this stuff. It's currently slightly cheaper at John Lewis and Selfridges, though not a lot, but if you're looking for a luxury blusher to see you through winter and well into spring, this is the one for a beautiful pink glow that lights up your complexion. As you were.