Thursday, 28 June 2012

Mac Springsheen: Review + Swatches

I actually only recently just realised that this blush, an old favourite of mine, is almost an exact dupe to the SUPER DUPER famously popular NARS orgasm, an amazing blush with a big price tag, this one is a little less pigmented, but in the same colour range, and for a little cheaper too.

Springsheen is a sheer coraly pink with a golden shimmer, and as the name suggests, perfect for spring, and actually I cant imagine any look this subtle blush wouldn't go amazingly with.

As this is a shimmery blush, I would recommend keeping your skin in top form if you are planning to wear it on the heavier side, because the shimmer particles will enhance any of the bigger flaws on your face.

One of the things I like about this blush is that you never really have to worry about putting too much product on, and looking like a clown face because it is a sheer tone shimmer blush, making it less pigmented, and easier to work with in a rush on a daily basis, but if needed, the colour can be built up for a more eye catching look.

The formulation of this blush isn't as chunky as Orgasm, but isn't super finely milled either, this makes for a long wearing blush that will last basically all day on the cheeks unless you are doing exercise or something similar that will make you sweat more than normal. 

Mac Sheertone Shimmer Blushes are available at Mac counters and stores worldwide

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