Wednesday, 28 October 2015

MAC Cremeblend Blush // Something Special






MAC and I have had a long, loving relationship for many years and the one product I always go back to is the Cremeblend blush in Something Special. I'd never used creme blushes before this, always opting for powder as they were easier to use. When I first bought this I was undecided for quite some time until one of the MAC girls showed me the easiest way to use it, over foundation applied with a stippling brush and boy has it changed my life. 

Something Special is a light coral shade which is perfect for pale skinned ladies. Stippled onto the apples of your cheeks, it gives a subtle pop of colour. The formula makes it so easy to blend to the slightest hint of colour. It also goes really well with a natural tan and bronzer which is how I usually wear it in the Summer. If you've always avoided creme blushes in fear of the dreaded clown look then have a go with a stippling brush, you may be surprised and fall in love just like me.

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  1. It looks gorgeous from the swatches, the name alone is just beautiful too!
    Jodie, xo // Jodie Loue

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    1. It's going to be my favourite for quite some time I think xx

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  2. I love me a good cream blush! Yet to try anything from MAC though so need to grab one! x
    Laura at Lola and Behold

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    1. You have to try them! They're so great xx

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  3. I need this blush! I'm a pale skinned lady and any blusher usually makes me look embarrassed haha!

    Robyn / www.phasesofrobyn.com

    xo

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  4. SOLD! This looks like an absolutely stunning shade. I think I need to get on board with your stippling brush method too. xxx

    Kirsty - Effortlessly Excessive

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    1. Woohoo! It really is fab, you won't regret it :) xx

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