Wednesday, July 7, 2010


Hi everyone,
In this post i am going to be doing a review on MAC's Blushcreme in "Lady Blush".

In the winter i prefer a bit of colour on my cheeks in comparison to bronzing in summer.  Considering the fact that i use blush mainly in winter which is known for the season of dry skin-a creme blush is the preferred consistancy. My go-to everyday blush colour does both-hydrate and add colour to my cheeks which makes it a staple in my winter makeup must haves. MAC Creme Blushes are particularly appealing for their smoothness in application and hydration in the case of dryness. They also have the perfect capacity of pigmentation, achieving a creamy blushed effect.

My favourite MAC Blushcreme is "Lady Blush" due to the natural nature of the colour and blendability of pigmentation. it is a dusty matte, creme pink with a glossy after effect. No matter how zombie like and ale i look in the midst of winter, this blush always comes through and adds a beautiful tinkled pink tint on my cheeks.

I prefer to wear this blush of my concealer but under my pressed powder because i feel as though it blend well with the concealer but is blended into the skin to make it seem more natural when covered with a pressed powder.

I do believe that this blush would suit any skintones due to its plain muted pink colour.
Next time you are at MAC i highly reccomend checking this colour out and even testing it on your hand, looking at the formulation and blendability.


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