I've blogged about NARS Douceur before here and briefly mentioned MAC Tenderling, but it was when Tarte Exposed turned up that I realised my real makeup weakness is blushes - in particular sculpting, matte, pink-brown blushes. It's almost June, so I suppose I should be blogging about bright corals but I've had these three on rotation for the last month and couldn't not mention them. If you're looking for something that is seriously easy to wear and offers a bit of dimension to your face even if you can't be bothered with contouring, I'd definitely recommend having a look at these blushes (or at least their colour family).
MAC Sheertone blush in Tenderling is described as nude pink with a little more peach than the other two blushes. I've seen it used as a contour colour on fair skin, but it's a perfect everyday blush. NARS powder blush in Douceur is described as soft pink brown and, whilst matte, has the sheer buildable characteristics typical of NARS blushes so lets a little skin show through. Tarte Amazonian Clay 12-Hour blush in Exposed is described as nude although in the swatches it looks the pinkest of them all. It is incredibly long wearing and pigmented without being chalky. I've seen most of these blushes on skin tones up to about NC35, but something like MAC's Mocha or Coppertone blush seem to offer a similar beautiful, sculpted effect on deeper skin tones.
I bought Tarte Exposed from an American eBay seller (just search for the blush and then check the sellers feedback) and, including shipping, it was approximately the same as the US retail price and so worth it - the two blushes I have tried from Tarte are brilliant!