First of all, let me start by saying a few things about Inglot products overall, in case you are unfamiliar with them. Things that are not that common in the majority of cosmetics brands. Inglot products have an expiration date written on the box they come with, they are very pigmented and, personally, I find them really affordable for their quality. They don’t have names, only numbers. These things apply to AMC cream blushes as well.
Inglot AMC cream blushes are creamy, they apply smoothly and blend easily. They look natural, they go on evenly and they are not greasy at all (I have oily skin, I would have noticed!). They feel velvety in touch. They are pigmented, so you need to be modest, light handed, especially with the darker colors. It is easier to build up the color intensity, than to tone it down.
For cream blushes, in general, I opt for either MAC’s #130 brush or Sephora [collection]’s I.T. natural foundation (#111) brush, but honestly, most of the times I apply them with my fingers. AMC cream blushes apply perfectly with either brush or fingers.
They might be cream blushes, but they can actually be applied to both cheeks and lips. There is a sticker on them warning you not to use them in the eye area. On the lips they feel smooth, velvety and they do not dry them out.
They are matte colors, at least the ones I have (#80, #81 and #84).
Inglot AMC cream blushes come in plastic jars with 5.5 g (0.19 us oz) of product and there are in total 15 shades. By the way, Inglot also has AMC powder and liquid blushes.
AMC stands for Advanced Makeup Components.