My blushes tend to be powders, but sometimes I'll mix them with a little bit of vaseline to create a cream blush or a lip tint. I tend to find that I wear darker berry colours in the winter, and lighter flushes in the summer.
Blush love 1: Mac Well Dressed
oInspired by the sunshine I am showing you ne of my Spring/summer colours (although I sometimes dip in duirng winter and autumn!
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A light powder that makes me think of sweets. It also reminds me of one of my Benefit blushes (I think it's Dandelion but my box is in the other room). However, Well dressed is lighter and a bit different in texture, so I would not recommend them as dupes at all.
Well Dressed is soft too, and lightly pigmented. I love it! Not only is it a great little blush product, but I also sometimes use it as a blended highlight as it has a lovely sheen to it. It does not contain glitter! Another little tip is to apply a bit to your cupids bow, and then blend out with your fingers- it leaves a lovely little 'natural glow'.
Here are some swatches, although I appologise as I struggled to get it to show in this light (note to self: take pictures in the daylight!) I had to apply it quite thickly to show up- but you need not apply so thick in real life.
I find this powder easy to apply, and fairly good* in terms of staying power! (*Obviously base/primer/ skin conditions/weather will affect how long you can go before you need to apply more).
So bloggers, meet Mac Well Dressed. A lovely light powder blush!
Can be picked up in Pro pan form (to fit in magnetic palettes) from Mac online or Pro stores for £13.50
in a clam shell compact from any Mac store for £16.50
I hope to do some swatches to compare blushes in the future.
Do you have this blush? Any thoughts? Any dupes? Want to see more 'blush love'?!
(P.s. Disclaimer: The one on my blog sale is just a new back up dupe, not the one featured here with a dip in it!!!)