Briar Rose Beauty Powder but backed out because it was way too cool and purple-ly for my skin tone. Oh So Fair seemed like it would show up on my face (Her Own Devices wouldn't even show up in a hand swatch) so it was really the only one I could get.
Oh So Fair is a pale petal pink with a slight sheen to it (not a bunch of shimmer and glitter.)
I did try this on my face and it gave me the slightest pink flush -I do think it'll show up more if I wear foundation or tinted moisturizer though (most blushes do.) Honestly, if this weren't "Disney", I wouldn't have wanted it but I told myself I needed at least one of the Beauty Powders. I have olive undertones and medium skin (that tans very easily in the sun) and this barely showed up on my so I wouldn't recommend this for someone who had very tan or deep skin.
Innocence, Beware! Lipstick but when I swatched it a few weeks ago, I feel in love. I read that it was very drying so I tried to stay away but the color is so, so pretty.
Innocence, Beware! (Cremesheen) is light pinky nude.
MAC glosses aren't my favorite but I'll buy them if there's a must-have shade. I'm not fond of their sticky texture and they tend to make my lips a little dry.
Strange Potion Lipglass is a shimmery "tame" coral with a pink edge.
Above (no flash) from left: Oh So Fair Beauty Powder, Innocence, Beware! Lipstick, Strange Potion Lipglass