Glossier's New Cloud Paint Shades Are Swoon-Worthy

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There have been a lot of exciting beauty launches of late, from a Friends eyeshadow palette to Gabrielle Union's new haircare brand, and now Glossier has an exciting new launch, too. Recently, the brand released its first-ever limited-edition Balm Dot Com, and now it's added new Glossier Cloud Paint blush shades to its permanent collection. Inspired by the deep hues of autumn sunsets, Spark (a bright poppy) and Eve (a rich mulberry) join the Cloud Paint family.

Spark and Eve join Cloud Paint's six other sunset-inspired shades: Storm (a warm rose), Dawn (a sunny coral), Puff (a light pink), Dusk (a brown-toned nude), Haze (a deep berry), and Beam (a soft peach). We've waxed poetic about this lightweight gel-cream blush, and we're snatching up these two new shades ASAP.

hellogiggles - $18 Available at Glossier

Glossier Cloud Paint blushes give the skin a natural-looking flush that reads less like makeup and more like a healthy boost of post-exercise endorphins. The secret lies in the formula's special blurring pigments that give skin a soft-focus effect, its smooth-gel system that doesn't accentuate pores or fine lines, and the addition of collagen to help hydrate and give the appearance of plumper skin.

For best results, apply Cloud Paint with your fingertips. Gently squeeze a tiny dot onto your finger and tap it over your cheekbones to blend it into the skin. The formula is buildable, so it's really easy to layer on and adjust how much pigment you want. You can choose one shade and use it on cheeks, lids, and lips, but we love mixing and matching multiple shades to find a color that's totally unique to us.

hellogiggles - $18 Available at Glossier

When Cloud Paint blushes are bought as a pair, you can save $6, but if you prefer to buy each Cloud Paint individually, they retail for $18 on

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