It took me a few unsuccessful attempts to get the hang of deep rose MAC Cremeblend Blush in Glamour Feast ($21). For me at least, it’s a little testier than neutral pink Tease Your Tastes, its comrade in the MAC Indulge collection.
Feast is darker and more pigmented than Tease, and where Tease requires an easy swipe, blend, blend, Glamour Feast takes a swipe, dilute, dilute, blend, blend…then blend some more. LOL!
It can look a little patchy if it doesn’t have a smooth surface on which to work. I introduced it to a bunch of different foundations but got the best results with a Bobbi Brown Foundation Stick as a base. Then I applied Feast with a MAC 188 Duo Fibre Brush.
The 188’s small brush head precisely deposits product in thin layers, making it really easy to control and place the blush exactly where I want.
If you’re blessed with a darker skin tone, this should look AMAZING on you! — especially when worn with berry or plum lipsticks.
Glamour Feast is available now with the rest of the MAC Indulge collection on MAC counters, in stores and online.
Nom, nom, nom…