The jury is still out on this one for me. It's a pink shimmer, one of the more frosted of the sheertone shimmer blushes, and is of a medium depth. I can't get this to go on smoothly, seems splotchy, but I'll work with it more and re-evaluate....however, on my hand, it was one of the prettiest blush colors I've seen.
This is my HG natural flush colour for sure. I love it, the texture is like silk & barely feels like its on. All the shimmer sheertones seem to be more pigmented than the other sheertones so use a light hand! To me this isn't peach at all though so I'm not sure what everyone else sees. Its just a slightly warm pink w/gold shimmer, very versatile & lovely.
Love this blush - buildable pinky peach with subtle fine gold shimmer. I'm a neutral-cool LLL and it has enough pink that it doesn't look orange on me, but enough peach that it doesn't look pink. More pigmented than pinch of peach, which I like, and easily buildable. Gives a very healthy flush and the shimmer is not too much for daytime wear (which was my one fear). Would definitely repurchase.
Okay when these came out I was first in line to buy them. Peachykeen is described as "a very baby peach" by MAC. It isn't as soft as the name suggests. It is a medium-toned slightly pinky peach color laced w/ golden shimmer. The shimmer here is SUPER SUBTLE, as in you can only see it in direct lighting - which is perfect for me since I think overly shimmery blush looks greasy. Nice if you want a shimmery blush that's not frosty. This is more pigmented than the name suggests. I had to tap my blush brush a few times to avoid looking orange. The blush is usual MAC quality; smooth, even, see-thru color. Would buy this again.
I love shimmery blushes, and adore glowy cheeks. Therefore, I rushed to MAC the 1st day Tone+ releases. Peachykeen looks like Cargo Topeka in the pan, but show up very different on me. Peachykeen is much less bronzy/orangy, it's a warm pinkish-peach with ultra fine gold shimmer. It actually gives me the Sarah Jessica Parker kind of glowy cheeks without making me look like a discoball. I also love the new sheertone shimmer formula. It is creamier, and more pigmented than the regular sheertone blushes.
It is darker than pinch o' peach and has a nice non-glitter shimmer. It definitely is sheer.
Having just started delving into warmer colors, after years of wearing pinks and plums, Pinch o Peach was my 1st MAC blush. I love it. Its perfect on me. Less than a month after my 1st MAC blush, the sheertone shimmer blushes are out, and I zipped up to my nearest MAC counter on the 1st day they were out.
Peachykeen's base color is similar to Pinch o Peach, but this is a warm peach with hints of pink and subtle gold shimmer. Of the 3 blushes I bought,Foolish Me and Plum Foolery the other 2, Peachykeen is the sheerest, so its easy to layer, easy to control the intensity.
As a comparison, Nar's Orgasm is much warmer on my skin, and loads more shimmer. So while Orgasm might be good for evenings, Peachykeen is a nice daytime look.
I'm a MAC NC25.