I can’t lie.. this post is so overdue because I could bring myself to actually use this product. It’s just. so. beautiful. Even now I use it with the lightest hand and the softest brush which likely explains the non blush look I have going on the picture below.. I’m sure it looked bolder in real life but you’ll just have to trust me that no matter how subtle it might appear.. I am indeed wearing something (THIS) on my cheeks. It’s a natural colour, a pretty flush at most however it’s not the colour that we want to talk about.. it’s the FINISH.
Again it’s something that’s irritatingly difficult to capture but the sheen this leaves is just gorgeous. I’m so in to baked blushes recently and totally addicted to that sheen and this is the least glittery of the lot. To look at it in the pan it’s almost metallic.. I mean it looks like a cream, does it not? Imagine how fine that is (I say imagine because it’s seemingly invisible here.. I promise to update with better swatches soon) when applied… FOINE! It’s a great neutral colour, a rosy tint that will work so well with the deep plum lips I plan to wear for the foreseeable future and enough glow that I wont need an extra highlight. I don’t want to make a huge song and dance about a product that was limited edition however you NEED to know that next time MAC launch Extra Dimension blushes you ‘re going to need at least one.
Just a heads up.. and a terrible review