|Would buy this product again.||91%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Dark, Cool Hair: Black, Relaxed, Fine Eyes: Brown
I am dark skinned, maybe about a NW45. I bought this to use as pretty highlight. I really didn't think it would show on skin too well and it really doesn't. It shows up very light on my skin, but it gives my skin kind of a natural no makeup look. It's like a subtle glow perfect for my light or "no" makeup days.
I think if you have dark skin you should try this one for a pretty natural sort of glow. I'd also suggest to blush newbies.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Dark, Warm Hair: Brown, Relaxed, Fine Eyes: Brown
My first ever purchase from a long list items from MAC. I didn't know anything about makeup at the time so I asked to the MUA something I will never get bored of, and will easily correct if I'd applied this wrong. She showed me Peachtwist and before I tried it, I felt instantly in love with it. This is the blush I instantly reach out for any kinda looks really. I'm NW45 with golden orange undertones and Peachtwist is just IT for me. I sometimes pair it with Bourjois Rose Ambre blusher. This combo is the bomb.com
I don't think I'll ever ran out of this since mac blushes seem to las For Ever really, but if do heck yeah I'll repurchase
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Olive Hair: Brunette, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Blue
I bought this because I tried and loved Sunbasque but wanted to experiment with a new MAC shade rather than repurchase the same color (they last 3-4 years! I get bored!)
This is deeper than Sunbasque but I love it just the same. I'm NC40 and both give me a gorgeous glowy look--Peachtwist is just darker and I have to be careful to apply it with a lighter hand than with Sunbasque. If I had to choose between them, I think I'd pick Peachtwist, just because it is a deeper peach shade and is more suited to my medium skin. (Also, I exchanged Margin and got this instead--Margin was just not impressive on me and I found that it faded abnormally quickly for a MAC blush; Peachtwist lasts all day long.)
At any rate, I will definitely repurchase one of the two! This is an HG product for sure.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Tan Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
One of my favorite blushes! It's a deep, reddish peach, a burnt orange almost. I think this shade looks best on tan, darker skin tones. The exact color I was looking for, and I get many compliments on it. It warms up your face and looks natural yet glamorous.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I would describe this color as a burnt reddish peach with golden shimmer. This blush is ridiculously pigmented. I always tap into pan and then onto the back of my hand before applying blush to my cheeks. Because this shade is a bit on the deep side, I love wearing it when Im wearing a neutral/light eye. Def would repurchase!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I absolutely love this blush! This is my favorite blush it gives me such a beautiful, healthy, flushed look. This is my HG blush! It looks so nice in the summer and even in the winter when I'm lighter. I'm like a NC 35 for reference!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
Peachtwist is a shimmery peachy-bronze colour which is really flattering on slightly tan skin. I use this to fake a sunkissed look because it looks really natural on me. The shimmer gives a smooth glow on my face and I instantly look more 'wake-up' after application. I love all blushes with shimmer in it and this is definitely the face with a little bit of fake tan.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
My skin has this beautiful, gorgeous muted peachy glow when I wear this blush...I was afraid it would be a bit too shimmery, but the shimmer is so subtle, blends into the skin flawlessly, super pigmented...a little tap on the brush, apply and blend out - this is my new favorite blush for the warmer months, I adore this. Really brightens up the face and makes me look alive and refreshed, highly recommend for summer and will buy it again
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Fair, Neutral Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
A very pretty bronzey-peach shade with a shimmer that doesn't make me feel too juvenile. Doesn't turn too pink of me like a lot of other peach-based blushes I've tried.
I am not big on blush. I've always preferred the pale goth look or at least something more sculpted and I normally apply blush or contour powder to the hollows of my cheeks only. Also, I tend to flush in the cheeks so blush always seemed kinda pointless even if I had a full coverage foundation on. With this shade, I actually do smile and then apply to the apple of my cheeks. It is a very healthy looking glow that compliments my skin and because it is so sheer I don't feel like a clown wearing it. On the other hand, if you try to build up color a bit, this does tend get red very quick, it is definitely meant to be worn as a sheer wash of color only, maybe even a highlighter for ladies with medium or darker skintones.
When they say sheer, they mean it. Which isn't a bad thing but I almost feel like I can buy a drugstore blush for a quarter of the price and get the same result. Speaking of drugstore blushes, this shade really reminds me of the middle color in Cover Girl's Sophisticated Sable Instant Cheekbones trio. I LOVE those colors on me but that awful CG smell in the majority of their face products just makes me sick. Even though I don't wear blush a lot, I would re-purchase this if unable to find a more budget friendly alternative.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Black
This is an odd duck. A dusting with the 187 mirrors my natural flush exactly, so much so that it doesn't look like I'm wearing makeup, only that I'm more awake than I really am. I can't wear it too heavy or it looks BAM, red. But if I just layer a touch MAC Sunbasque under it, I can really go to town with it for nighttime - think of a modern version of the early 90's brown neutral looks when used this way, a lovely glowy russet cheek. The sparkles in this are interesting, different colours and sizes that scatter light much better than the flat sheen of Sunbasque. One lippie off because I wish I didn't have to combine it with Sunbasque -- if there's any blush out there that works like this, that would be my HG. NC30-35 for reference.