Glossier's Cloud Paint Blush Comes In These Colors

A new way to blush is on the horizon! The Internet's favorite minimalist skincare and makeup brand Glossier debuted a new product — the Cloud Paint gel x cream blush— at the 2017 Oscarsby providing it to makeup artists to use on their celeb clients. A-list lovelies Chrissy Teigen and Taraji P. Henson reportedly wore Glossier Cloud Paints, according to Women's Wear Daily.

UPDATE: Glossier confirmed to Bustle that Cloud Paints launch on Mar. 2.

What colors are the Glossier Cloud Paint gel x cream blushes?

Well, there are four Cloud Plaint blush shades. According to WWD's interview with Glossier founder and fearless leader Emily Weiss, the creamy 'n' dreamy Cloud Paints are inspired New York sunsets.

There is Puff, which is a light pink shade. There is Haze, which is a berry hue. You've also got Beam, which is a coral peach. Lastly, there is Dusk, which is a brownish nude, per Weiss.

The on-sale date of the Glossier Cloud Paints has yet to be confirmed by the brand. Right now, you can head over to the Glossier website, which is the brand's sales platform, and sign up for email updates so you can be notified when Cloud Paint is available to buy.

On the site, the brand simply states that the product is "on the horizon" and is "a new way to blush."

Weiss told WWD that fingers are the best way to apply the Cloud Paints. Who needs tools, like synthetic hair brushes, when you can use your digits to buff and blend for a natural flush?!

In this Insta image, the tubes are slightly concealed by the brand's instantly recognizable and zippered pink bubble wrap pouch, which is repurposable. But you can still get a good look at the shades, thanks to color-matched caps.

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The Glossier faithful is certainly hoping the Cloud Paint launch date is sooner than later.

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Both Henson and Teigen looked gorgeously glowing at the 2017 Oscars, sooooo....

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