MAC Cremeblend Blushes for Spring 2011 Swatches, Photos & Review
MAC Cremeblend Blush might be the perfect blush for spring!
These creamy, colorful, smooth blushes come in six shades and are $19.50.
- So Sweet, So Easy – Bright yellow pink
- Something Special – Light coral
- Posey- Warm peach
- Ladyblush- Warm neutral coral
- Brit Wit- Dusty rosey mauve
- Tea Petal- Mid-tone reddish brown
I’m a big, big fan of creme blushes right now for a few reasons. They feel so nice, apply really easily and have a way of making you look internally glowy that a lot of powder blushes just can’t do.
These are very non-sticky and don’t feel gross on your face, you don’t even notice they are there.
As far as how long they last I am still testing, but have been wearing Ladyblush for 5 1/2 hours and it’s still going strong!
Something Special, Ladyblush, Tea Petal (NC20)
Something Special is just a super pretty and flattering pink for fair skin and probably a wide variety of other skin tones as well. I love it, it’s my favorite.
Ladyblush is also really nice. It’s a dustier pink/coral color.
Tea Petal is the darkest one and more of a red/brown. I’m not sure I can pull this one off, it might be too dark on my face.
I really like these because they are super easy to apply, feel good, last a long time and have good opacity. You can build them up also, which is nice.
Availability: MAC online and in stores now
What do we think about these creme blushes?