I really like this blush. It is a lovely pink/coral shade that gives me a perfect looking natural flush. It lasts all day on me and goes on smoothly. It has a nice texture to it as well. If I ever run out, which will likely not happen any time soon, I will most definitely repurchase. For reference, I am a warm LLL.
This is a very gorgeous dirty coral color. Highly pigmented and love the nonshimmery/nonglittery finish. Will make a great summer cheek color. Right now I'm more into the dewy look though.... =) If you are fair, be very careful when you apply this,use a light hand, otherwise it turns out clownish.
Fleur power is pinkish peach with no shimmer. On my NC30, Stila D skin, it looks very natural, the way I would look when I am blushing. The color extremely pigmented though so you must apply lightly or you’ll end up looking like a clown with coral cheeks. I would repurchase but since you only need a small amount, this would last ages.
A beautiful apricot pink that really suits people with green eyes. This was my first MAC blusher (I couldn`t resist the colour, even though I was a poor student). When you get application just right, it`s a stunning colour, but as lots of other people have mentioned, it is very pigmented and can look a little on the strong side if you`re not careful. However, I find that if you apply it starting at the outer corners of your cheeks and then sweep inwards, this does stop it from looking clownish. Bottom line - it`s a lovely colour that can be toned down with a bit of translucent powder if needed.
This is a great natural pinky coral blush for the winter months when i have no tan whatsoever on my nc35 skin, but because i prefer peachy blushes to pinky ones, i probably won't repurchase. I will say this though... MAC blushes are wonderful; you get a lot for a pretty decent price ($16.50). I probably won't even have to repurchase since you get so much product in the pan!
This is one of my HG blushes. The color is perfect over bronzer or on its own. It makes such a nice flush on cheeks and looks great with or without a tan. The color can be too bright if you dont blow or shake off the brush, its best to use a little bit and then add more if you like. Thats the great thing about this color-you can use so little and get such great cheek color!
Amazing shade! Soft pinky peach, thats very pigmented. Apply sparingly, and you get a nice pop of color. Very "Springy" color =)
This color is so perfect for summer, I think everyone should own it. It's a matte semi-bright medium warm pink with coral tones. It's the perfect pink for a fresh pop of color on my LLL complexion. Even though the formual is matte, it doesn't look powdery on my dry skin.
Love it! This is the perfect 'not pink and not peach' coral colour that springs life into your cheeks. However, as mentioned it is a very vibrant/bright pigment that requires a light hand and lots of practice. I tried every brush known to man - even the MAC #187 Skunk - and still ended up looking a little pink-cheeked for my liking. As a caveat, those of you in love with this who need a toned-down version (I am a ghastly C1/C2), try Sephora Rose Abricot 9M - its just one shade 'softer'!!
I'm not too sure about this one. It is a corally pink blush as everyone else has stated. On me, I have to be very careful with this one, because if I'm not, I can really get serious clown cheeks - and I'm an NC55! More than one MAC artist has told me that this color usually works extremely well with dark skin like mine. But, I have to make sure I swipe my blush brush lightly to pick up the color, blend carefully, and THEN mute the color by applying blot powder over it afterwards. And it still ends up looking a bit too bright, or too dark, or something. I am really leaning towards returning this one.