Wednesday, February 9, 2011

MAC Sunbasque Blush Review, Photos and Swatches!

MAC Sunbasque Blush Review

MAC Sunbasque Blush

MAC Sunbasque Blush is described on the MAC website as a peach with pearl. It's a little more complex than that - it's a warm, shimmery rosy-bronze. There's red, there's pink, there's peach and a hint of bronze. It's everything you could ever want! Sunbasque is a sheertone shimmer, so there is definitely shimmer present, but it's not gritty glitter and it's not overpowering.

It's kind of like a blush, bronzer and highlighter all-in-one. When you've got Sunbasque on your cheeks, you don't need much else! It's one of those shades that somehow enhances my tan and makes my skin look radiant. It's a great blush to pair with warm eyeshadows (bronze, brown, gold, etc) and warm pink, peach and coral lipsticks.

It's a really beautiful shade, and it's especially nice on medium to tan skin tones. In fact, if you're around the MAC NC30-NC40 coloring and you don't own this blush, I urge you to check it out! It's one of MAC's best sellers, and it's one of my personal favorites.

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The sheertone shimmer formula is very easy to work with with. The texture is smooth and they are easy to blend.

Comparisons to similar warm-toned blushes:
From Left to Right: MAC Margin, MAC Sunbasque, MAC Gingerly, MAC Eversun, MAC So Ceylon MSF, Nars Lovejoy, MUFE HD Creme Blush #10 and MAC Pleasureful Blushcreme.

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