I love this blush! It is a great coral/orange color that really warms up my olive skin. It makes my skin look glowing and really bright. I use this blush alot when I don't want to do alot of other makeup. It does have alot of pigment so I use the stippling brush to apply the color so it looks soft and disfussed. This is a good color for sallow skin like mine because it really looks more natural than a bright pink (though I love bright pink too!). I think this is just a nice basic everyday blush but maybe one that may be too much to do with alot of other makeup. If i wear alot of shadow I chose Magrin, which is kind of a more subdued version of Springsheen. Would def. not work good on pinkish skin, would look clownish.
This is my absolute favorite blush. I love the how it blends and can build in intensity so it doesn't start off highly pigmented right away. I am NW 15 and this goes great with my skin tone. I also use Peachykeen sometimes, not as much as Springsheen though.
I will definitely repurchase when I run out of my current one.
I had haunted the MAC counter when the Barbie collection came out. It was my first flirt with MAC products. So after purchasing a few items from that collection my fasination grew with all things MAC :) I wanted to try a blush from them and wanted something that would as wearable with warmer colors as with cooler ones as well. The ma kind of pushed this one on me even though my instincts were kinda like... not. But I purchased it anyway. Boy those slick, talkative ma's are sneaky. I took it home. I have worn it a few times but I just can't make myself love it. I have quite a drive to my closest MAC counter so I didn't return it just kind of passed it on to a friend. Although I just recently purchased Cubic and love it. Its quite a camelon its just a go to everyday color.
This is supposedly MAC's version of NARS Orgasm, and while they are very similar, Springsheen is definitely worth getting for it's own color. When you compare Orgasm and Springsheen side by side. Springsheen is more golden, and has a sheen rather than a glittery sparkle like Orgasm. I love sheertone blushes because they are buildable and can work for all different skintones.
I used this a lot in the spring and summer. It is a bright color for my very fair asian skin. Works much better than sunbasque for me (I just might not be using it with the right technique). Peachy, with definite slightly magenta-pink, and golden flecks. Pretty.
This was my first mac blush and it's still one of my favourites! I would describe the colour as a soft baby peach with golden shimmer, but you can layer it so that it's more intense! The shimmer in it is beautiful, it's really not too much!
I couldn't decide between this and peachykeen, on my skin they looked quite similar, but peachykeen was more intense/red-orange, so I decided to go fo the lighter look :-)
I'm a C4.
Beautiful light pinky/peach color with gold flecks that glimmer in the sunlight or when taking pictures. Very similar to Nars Orgasm, but for those who are a little more tanned like myself it has better pigmentation than Nars "O". Definetly one of my fav blushes from MAC!
I really like this blush, it is a beautiful peachy color with gold shimmer, I use this in the spring and summer. I really like this blush, it looks great on most people. For reference I am NW20.
Springsheen is exactly like it's name - a nice sheen for spring or summer, it will defiantely brighten up your complexion and give it a nice warm glow. It's a kind of peachy/coral with a hint of pink too. The color is warm in tone and is hard to describe - you'd have to try it on in person to see what it looked like on your particular skin tone. I gave it an overall rating of 5 - because I can't really say anything bad about it - it's well priced, packaged nicely and an overall great product.
Lovely springsheen !A great warm pink with gold shimmer. Will probably look great on most skin tones ! Edit : i have to say, no matter how little or how much i apply, it doesnt stay all day on me.