Does this work with fairly light skin tones?
I have used so many types of blush that look okay in the container. Sometimes when i put it on it looks too light or too dark. I just want it to look natural and blend in well with my skin.
BareMinerals blush is great because it is amazingly buildable. I believe it will work very well for you for just that reason. The trick is in adding only a tiny amount to the lid before the swirl/tap/buff process (and of course, using a light/fluffy brush - I like the angled face or angled blush brush). The amount of blush in the lid should be so little - far less than even quarter the size of a water droplet - that when you swirl the brush in, it disappears completely. If you need more color when you buff it on, you can buff again. By lightly layering the color, it really is natural looking - and none of the abrupt lines and borders of color that can come from pressed blushes!