On that note, let's take a look at my current favorites!
- Tarte Blissful is a very pigmented matte coral pink, and it is very wearable used with a light hand.
- Mac Flower Fantasy is a limited edition face powder from the Vera collection and contains three different shades that mixed up result in a peachy pink shimmery shade. I tend to mix the brown/coral shade with the pink one and after application I take the shimmery light peach shade on the bottom and highlight my cheekbones. If you can still find it (there is also Sunday Afternoon, a pink version) I suggest to take a look because it actually is a blush and separate highlight in one pan, which is very convenient. At first I was determined not to buy this but after seeing it in real life, I had to have it!
- Mac Sunbasque is a shimmery peach/rose and I love the warmth it gives to the face
First row: Tarte Exposed (matte), Mac Azalea Blossom blush ombré (LE), Mac Stunner (LE, satin)
- Tarte Exposed is a very pigmented, matte nude pink with a hint of brown. It is the color that I wear when I don't feel like mind boggling over what blush to wear because it's like a natural flush so it compliments many looks. This one is also very pigmented, so I use it with a light hand.
- Mac Azalea Blossom is a limited edition blush ombré from the Daphne Guinness collection. It's the most cool toned blush I own and the shades graduate from a blue based, light pink to a medium lilac. Mixed together I get a cool light pink.
- Mac Stunner is limited edition satin blush from the Mac me Over collection is a light pink/peach color and one of my most favorite shades.
There is one more blush that I use as a contour color, Equilibrium by Mac. It's a limited edition satin blush from the Mac me Over collection and it has a lovely caramel like, light bronze shade.