The blush on your cheeks is lovely
MAC launched a very large and extensive collection called Colour Forecast. There are 4 color stories within this series. The color themes are pink, coral, violet and metals. There really is something for everybody in this pre-spring launch.
My pick for the must have product are the blush ombres. I will be surprised if there are any still at the counters. The shades are outrageously wearable and flattering. The texture is silky and coverage is buildable. It avoids being chalky and a sparkle fest. The darker shading is perfect for contouring. After many uses, the product still looks pristine and neat.
The cool toned gal will lose her mind over the pinks. I know I was smitten before I saw them in real life. I have been wearing the pink Azalea Blossom since my package arrived. It is the perfect touch of doll cheeks with a dollop of a tint of lilac.
Vintage Grape is a cornucopia of berries. It is harder to wear than Azalea Blossom. It requires a very light hand and the least dense brush in your collection. I have been using a Lancome skunk brush. This might work better with a fan brush.
MAC describes SpringShine blush as a neutral suntan shade. I call this the "bronzer I have been waiting for" all my life. It is the perfect gradiation of honey to mocha. There is a slight shimmer but it translates on the skin as a glow.
The hidden gem of the blushes is a little diddy called Ripe Peach. It is like looking at the setting sun. Ripe Peach is warm yet it looks flattering on my cool toned skin. I will use it religiously this summer.
These products are selling out like hotcakes. If you have spotted any of these in your local stores let us know. They retail for $25.
Photo Credit: Blogdorf Goodman
Disclosure: A press sample of this product was provided by MAC Cosmetics
Quote: Edward Cullen from Twilight