I've always gone toward peachy blushes, but I went to MAC wanting to try a pink. Mocha was too pink so the MA put this on me. It's a nondescript pinkybrown in the pan, but the perfect natural pink on me. It's great for if I want cooler toned makeup. It's one of those blushes that really looks like it's my skin.
Edit: As my tastes have changed, I've found that this blush is a little too orangy for me. I talked to an MA about it and she said it's because it has a brown base. She said Cubic and Tenderling are both more pure color in pigment whereas Blushbaby starts with a brown base. I thought that explained a lot. Still trying to decide between tenderling and cubic.
So I am loving this blush! It's not too pink or too brown. I describe it as a beigy pink. It goes on very natural and I don't need a lot for it to show up.
The only thing I don't really like is that it doesn't last as long as some other blushes..at least on me.
My HG blush for sure! I am a NC25 but this blush seems like it works great for everyone. I usually go for peachy shades because I feel they complement skin with warm undertones better than pink blushes so when I saw this in store I had to purchase it and I am glad to say it my FAVORITE!
I am NC 20 and Blushbaby is very flattering on me. I was afraid of it originally because in the pan it looks extremely dark. It's very sheer but totally buildable if you need more color.
Blushbaby was described to me as a neutral pink, and on my skin I would call it a pinkish, terracotta color. I really like it, and the application is easy. I honestly just use my Eco-Tools blush brush with no blending problems.
I have a very tricky skin tone when it comes to blush... I am extremely pale, but with warm undertones. I very rarely can pull off a cool blush, which is what most makeup artists try to give pale people. Blushbaby is borderline warm, which is probably why it looks good on me! It's a great staple color.
The only beef I have with this blush is its texture. It's very hard to get powder on my brush. Once I do, I can apply it effortlessly. continued >>
I usually gear towards coral, peach, and peachy-pinks. This color is just different. It's described on its website as a beige pink. I'm an NC42/43 so I view it as a "Nude Pink" for me. I'm pretty sure it will go well with Lilicent Blushcreme from MAC. It reallly is a very pretty blush. If you're tanned skin and are looking for something "nude-ish" to wear on your cheeks. This is it.
I love this blush. the MAC girl applied this on me with the 168 as i was looking for a natural looking blush and i loved it. the only thing i dont like about it is that when i dont use it with a mac brush i find that a lot of the product crumbles which is a waste for such a good product. i love the natural glow it gives my NC30 skin.
This blush is heaven!!! perfect for my NC35 skintone.:)
This product is one that i think is too often overlooked, especially because it looks so dull and boring sitting beside all the other MAC blushes... but I'm very impressed. It's such a natural cheek color and it's a perfect blush when you're contouring.
You can easily layer it to adjust the amount of color you want as well.
This is my go-to blush! This is absolutely lovely on the cheeks. You can definitely dress it up or down. Use sparingly on casual days, build it up for more special occasions. The texture is great, very smooth & silky. It's a really nice dusty rose color, universally complimentary, IMO. Overall, great product. It gives a very nice, classic pink flush to my face. I will buy again :) continued >>