achiote is like the combo of blissful and exposed... it's not as light as blissful or dark as exposed. it's like in the middle of those two.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
The achiote blush and blissful is in no way identical or similar. I own both products and the difference is blissful is more of a pinkish color and achiote is more darker pink/red color. My fav is achiote, I reach for it more than the others.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
No, definitely not! The first blush I ever purchased was Blissful and I was not impressed. The color is in the same family of colors, but is more red toned (warm toned) while Blissful is more blue toned (cool toned). I have found that the texture and pigmentation of Achiote far exceeds that of Blissful. Ultimately it is up to you.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
they are similar, if you love blissful and want a slightly more red-toned (in a good way) blush, buy it, it's a great value and the blush is beautiful, also, if you don't like glittery lip products, say no! If you like/don't mind glitter, jump at it, it's a great deal
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
In the pan achiote is much darker, and blissful is much brighter. Swatched, achiote is a rose pink and blissful is a coral-y pink. Dusted on the face, they look very similar. I would think if you dusted one color on the left cheek and one color on the right, they would be too similar to be able to notice.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
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