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.
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.
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 1 year, 1 month 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 1 year, 6 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 1 year, 8 months ago
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