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    Hello, I bought a blusher a while ago for summer. It's so good that I want to keep on using it this winter. Do you think it might work with winter tones?

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    I don't see why not-at least start out with it. Once you get out your winter clothes,you might want a shade deeper,but maybe not. I love that shade.
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    Thanks McJag!
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    That's a beautiful shade. I sometimes use blush in the winter when I look too pale. As long as you're not piling it on, I'm sure it'll look lovely.

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    Go for it! It's a lovely shade and should complement your winter clothes beautifully. If not, follow McJag's advice and purchase a darker shade.
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    It's hard to tell a lot about make-up shades on the computer, but the Tweed Rose looks like a plum color to me, which is very appropriate for winter. The most important thing is that it compliments your coloring.

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    Thank you gals
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    Absolutely, the color is beautiful.
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