Make Up For Ever HD Microfinish Blush is described on Sephora.com as being "a cream blush that naturally sculpts and highlights the cheeks for a healthy glow." It retails for $26 for .33 oz (10mL) of product. Currently, this shade, #14, is not in stock on the Sephora website. You might be able to find it in Sephora stores, or you can call the closest Make Up For Ever boutique to see if they have it in stock.
This shade is a really pretty pale peach/pink that will definitely compliment paler skintones. I've been using this product more and more during the day, and it gives me a nice, radiant glow, and isn't overpowering at all. You only need the tiniest amount for each cheek, which means that this bottle of blush will last you a while. I was definitely surprised at how small the bottle was. The pictures online made me think it was the size of their HD Foundations, but it is much smaller than that. I think this would be great for traveling, too. Plus, it is made of plastic and not glass, so you don't have to worry about it breaking.
I really like this blush. I also like the packaging. Most cream blushes come in pots, and you have to dip your fingers into the blush to apply, which can lead to contamination. I love the squeeze pump idea for a cream blush, because you don't have to worry about dirty fingers or brushes touching the product. Great job, Make Up For Ever!
This is definitely an expensive blush, but compared to other cream blushes, this is appropriately priced. For example, the Stila Convertible Color cream blushes are $25 for only .15 oz of product. Compared to that, the MUFE HD Blush is a steal! I definitely recommend going into your local Sephora to swatch these in person. If you're pale like me, #14 is a great shade. There are a bunch more shades to choose from, so I'm sure you'll find the perfect shade.