I don't understand what the hype is about. This adds a nice touch to all my baby pink blushes but there is really nothing so special about it. I wouldn't repurchase.
Porcelain Pink is my all time HG product. I have 8 of these & use this every single day. I use it either alone or over blush & it makes my skin look incredible. It's a beautiful light pink with a touch of soft gold & is really easy to build up. I'll even dab my lip brush on this and apply it over a nude lip colour for a light pinky glow! LOOOOVEE THIS! I just hate the packaging, because once it's dropped...it's a goner. continued >>
Yet another of my favourite MSFs. Porcelain Pink is very sheer on my ppp skin but it does show up. I tend to use it an all-over cheek colour on days when I'm wearing less make-up. Gives me a lovely pale pink flush with a pretty glow.
Also looks great as a highlight when paired with smokey eyes & a nude lip.
Probably one of the four MSFs I reach for most. continued >>
Where to begin....this isn't made for light skintones and only barely shows up on dark skintones. If you're new to blush and want something barely there, this is for you. CHECK the veining before you get it though b/c some have way too much gold running though it.
I've seen these go for insanely high prices...don't buy it. Instead wait around for the Blond, Brunette, Redhead collection mac is coming out with - I think the Blond one will be what this was supposed to be.
Oh god, bought it online, so i have no chance to try this prod in store. i thought this product as good as blush. but what i seen is, it only gave u sheer but i can't see the color pop up on my skin...i think i bought the wrong color...
Let me tell you, this is one of the better MSF's out there. I *like* (not love) this one and lightscapade. They are not glittery! YAY! It gave my cheeks a beautiful sheen, but not enough to keep around. I have had this twice. Swapped both times. Just don't pay over retail, ok?
one thing i didnt like was how sheer it was, you can barely see it but i rather have it sheer than really noticable over my makeup. this is good for highlighting the face, or for adding some color. This is also good for dusting your neck or shoulders. I would say this lasts forever I bought mine a year ago and the pan is still full. I like the color its like a pinky peach with some gold. I would perfer this compared to loose mineralize powder because its less messy. I probably would buy this again but maybe in a darker color:]
Mine is mostly light pink with minimal, subtle gold veining. So it shows up as a sheer, somewhat shimmery (especially in sunlight) though non-glittery pale, pale, pearly pink with an interesting ivory iridescence (this almost duochrome effect looked so gorgeous when I swiped the tester with a finger that I immediately bought this MSF). Doesn't really show up strongly as a color unless you layer a bit, and that makes this very shimmery and obvious. This is kind of a nice compromise between blush and highlighter in that you can use just this to add a little color and highlight in one step. I do advise that you use a decent-quality skunk brush (like MAC's own #187) to apply this, or you'll get more shimmer than color. This is pretty, but I won't say this is particularly special. Becca's highlighting powders, especially the pressed ones, are superior in terms of adding a beautiful, subtle luminosity to your skin rather than shimmer. Unless you're a complete MAC addict, I'd advise you to check out Becca (if you're able to) first before buying one of the MSFs.4
I was psyched to find Porcelain Pink MSF, a shimmery pale pink with golden pearl, at a new CCO. Unlike the latest MSFs, Porcelain Pink is much finer with little to no glitter particles. I like Porcelain Pink over a pink blush for a subtle glow on my MAC C3 skin. It's a lighter version of Clinique Iced Lotus blush and comparable to the Smashbox BCA Blushing Pink Fusion Soft Lights blush. Apply Porcelain Pink lightly with the 187 brush or a fluffy brush to avoid looking like Tin Man. If you are looking for a more noticeable but fine rosy pink glow, try BECCA Gypsy Pressed Shimmer Powder.
Pretty Color, specially n the pan. It gives me a pretty pink flushed that looks natural. however, I have to layer this a few times for the color to show up on my skin. I just wished it has more shimmer on it.