I reviewed and swatched the new Limecrime Softwear blushes .

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Toyin Afolabi-Ogunbiyi says:

The orange one was really nice, the rest are meh. The colour selection reminds me of how Biba used to match blush , eyeshadow and lipstick back in the 70’s. I mean I’m not that old but I like the history.

Annairah26 says:

Thank you. I love dark web. I can’t wait till they come to London

Idon'tevenknow says:

I’m interested in the collection, I’m very pale so the super pinky ones can look a little intense on me. I do like the shimmers they seem like a good safe choice overall. My impression of the collection is that they went for a vaporwave theme as the names they chose and the use of glitch art and internet lingo. They seem to have shifted toward the “mallsoft” color theme which is a subgenre of a subgenre in vaporware. It is basically theming after walking in a mall which is very droning and washed out and if you look at malls in the 1980s and early 90s they have a similar look of blandness with small pops of color like greens and lots of pink shades ranging from blinding to neutral (sometimes blues as well like super baby blue). Its meant to be a very dreamlike, almost numbing, experience in terms of the theming. As malls are generally seen as a faux-utopia in the eyes of those who are into and create vaporwave art and music.

I feel like that is what Limecrime was going for and I’m all for it but I do wish they added some cooler tones and maybe expanded on this theme a bit more. I would love them to a full collection in this style.

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