Similar to their eyeshadow palette which helps you to identify the purpose of each shade, this is no difference in their Cheek to Chic blusher. The outer shade is termed as 'swish' and is recommended to use this shade on the cheekbones to add structure. The centre shade is termed as 'pop' and is recommended to use on the apples of the cheek to get the glow. Honestly, I find it hard to use my blush brush to just isolate picking up the outer shade or centre shade so I end up sweeping my brush across the WHOLE pan, hahaha. Works just fine for me. :)
In the pan, Love Glow looks almost like a coral pink to me but when swatched, it definitely look more like a pink. Although it has shimmers in the blush, I do not feel the finish is too frosty or shimmery.
The texture of Love Glow is smooth and I do not have any issues picking up the pigments on any normal blush brush. Although it does look slightly lighter than what I would expect on my NC30 skin, I like how Love Glow literally gives me that 'glow', which is the effect I love.