Surratt New Artistique Blush Shades Chaleur & La Rosee du Soir: Review & Swatches

I love Surratt Beauty. I’ve talked about previous blush shades here. There is new blush shades out recently and I grabbed Chaleur and La Rosee du Soir. I talked about the new eyeshadows pictured above here. Per Sephora: “A range of powder blushes to bring an aura of vitality to the cheeks. Sweep a natural-looking glow onto cheeks. Available in an array of shades, from creamy peach to shocking pink, the exclusive Japanese slurry leaves a satin finish. This refill is designed for use with the Surratt Beauty Customizable Palette, sold separately. Individual blushes may also be used on their own, and a double lock closure prevents spills. Each understated single is petite enough to toss in even the smallest pan of color. Surratt Beauty is dedicated to the Japanese tradition of minimal elegance; the space-saving packaging is designed to be lightweight and secure, and it is recyclable.”

The retail is $32. Surratt is always a pricey brand with a smaller product. However, it’s a well done high quality product. La Rosee du Soir is described as a rosy nude. That’s accurate. It’s a light to medium neutral pink nude, so darker skin tones will have a hard time getting it to show up. When I first opened it I figured it would be too light for me, but it does show up fine as a natural light nude pink flush. It’s not deep so it’s hard to overdo this shade, on my skin tone anyway. If you’re light to medium it’ll work for you, medium to deep skin tones be wary. It’s a matte no shimmer shade that’s smooth and finely milled. It’s pictured below on the left.

Chaleur is described as a sunkissed nude. That’s accurate. It’s a medium warm peachy tan shade. Its peachier than a bronzer so it’s not a bronze or contour shade. It’s not the best shade for me. I prefer a slightly pinker shade. It works for me, feels like a warm lighter peachy bronzer. So I think it just depends if you like this kind of shade or not. The formula is great, a smooth finely milled powder. No powdery texture so it melts right in. This is more pigmented than La Rosee du Soir. It’s pictured below on the right.

Top to Bottom: La Rosee du Soir, Chaleur:

Compared with Top to Bottom: Surratt La Vie en Rose, Urban Decay Video, Surratt La Rosee du Soir, Surratt Chaleur, Estee Lauder Barest Blush First Lover, Addiction Noah, Becca Sweetpea:


  1. You have a beautiful selection of nude toned blushes! I love shades like these. Surratt does make some of the nicest in terms of formulation.
    P.S. your new blog design is beautiful!

  2. Thanks! I finally figured out I spelled the email address wrong in my reply section. All fixed now. I know I can't get enough of the nude blushes either. I have more than I can use, but I keep adding more…

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