Sometimes I have a very hard time pairing blush with my eye looks or lipstick. It seems really easy to make a choice that sends my face over the edge from “edgy and cool”HAHAHAhaha.ha. balanced to garish. So rather than try to wipe blush off my face and start over (PITA), I value having a shade on hand that just works with anything. Warm Soul is definitely one of those shades. In part, it’s because it’s on the sheer side but also, it’s a good neutral color that just doesn’t clash with anything.
A blush that builds lightly, layer after layer, without heavy coverage.
MAC doesn’t actually seem to make any crazy claims here which is refreshing!
Wear Time: I don’t notice any particular fading with this. Occasionally and only with certain skin care products, this will oxidize a bit and go a tad more orange than it is when first applied.
Texture: Soft and smooth, easy to apply without going over board and definitely buildable. Also quite blendable.
Pricing and Availability: $27.00 for 3.2g/.12oz available from the MAC website or from MAC counters.
Overall I really enjoy this blush. It gives that finished look without giving a “made up” look. Normally I dig the made up look…but that’s not the point! The point is, that if you’re looking for a natural blush that will literally work with anything, this is a nice option.
Have you tried this blush? I’m curious about what this would look like on other skin tones. I think it would be great on really fair skin but I’m not so sure if it would show up on tan or dark skin. Although, it could be a really pretty golden shimmery highlight shade maybe? And if you have a very cool complexion and have tried this, I’m curious if you love it or not.
I have been weirdly thirsty all day long. I just can’t seem to drink enough water!
I am a vision of sparkly iridescence today. Eyeshadow, nails, highlight, earrings, it’s all sparkly and pearly. It might be a bit much but I might not care either.
Gray Cat was sick this morning and he tried to blame it on his sister. Cats are weird yo.