It is a shame that Makeup Forever is so hard to find in the UK. Because I love this brand. Not for the packaging, because it is very basic. Not for their season collections (actually I don't think they have any). It's because they do everyday products very well. I love their concealers and I love the HD Blush.
The High Definition Blush is a cream blush in liquid form. Makeup Forever colours are named by numbers which make them a bit hard to remember. They do seem have actual names but they differ depending on which country/website you are in. Shade #6 is a pink based coral and is also known as Quickie, Salmon Pink and Coral.
It is a long lasting and matte formula, which makes it great for those with combination/oily skin. Some colours in the range are perfect for a natural look, others for very dramatic looks. Some can even be used for contouring but I think it's best to leave that to the pros.
You only need the tiniest amount for your cheeks - one pump is more than enough (you probably only need a pinhead sized dot for each cheek). And there lies the problem. The pump bottle/tube, whilst hygienic, makes it very hard to control how much product comes out. I have yet to perfect the pressure required and I always pump out too much for one use. I hope MUFE will sort this out in the future.
I apply this with just my fingers. Remember to pump out product onto the back of your hand first, blend out a little to warm up the product, then apply to cheeks.