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MAC Into the Pink & Just a Pinch Extra Dimension Blushes

01/05

MAC Into the Pink Extra Dimension Blush

MAC Into the Pink Extra Dimension Blush

MAC Into the Pink Extra Dimension Blush

MAC Into the Pink Extra Dimension Blush

MAC Into the Pink Extra Dimension Blush

Into the Pink

MAC Into the Pink Extra Dimension Blush ($28.00 for 0.15 oz.) is a light-medium pink with very subtle, warm undertones and a pearly sheen. At first, it seemed like it might have a more frosted shimmer to it, but as I applied and blended out the color, it yielded that same, glowing, luminous finish that I’ve come to expect from the formula. The blush had opaque pigmentation, but the softer consistency (that wasn’t dry or dusty!) made it easy to pickup less product on my brush for less coverage as well. The blush also blended out with ease, so if I felt like I over-applied, I could correct it. This shade wore well for almost nine hours before fading.

The Extra Dimension Blush formula is supposed to have “long-wearing colour with prismatic reflections” that wears for “10 hours.” The formula is typically very pigmented with a soft, smooth texture that’s firmer in the pan but not difficult to use–I had no issues grabbing color with even my softest brushes–and has no dustiness or powderiness in the pan. The blushes are usually blendable with a luminous glow on the cheeks that did not emphasize my skin’s natural texture. With MAC’s newly-added permanent shades, the wear time has ranged from eight to ten hours.

MAC Extra Dimension Blush Into the Pink
10
Product
10
Pigmentation
10
Texture
9
Longevity
5
Application
98%
Total

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NARS Jo Multiple Tint

01/07

NARS Jo Multiple Tint

NARS Jo Multiple Tint

NARS Jo Multiple Tint

NARS Jo Multiple Tint

NARS Jo Multiple Tint

NARS Jo Multiple Tint

NARS Jo Multiple Tint

Jo

NARS Jo Multiple Tint ($39.00 for 0.23 oz.) is a light-medium pink-coral with a natural sheen. It had sheer pigmentation, which was buildable to semi-sheer (two to three layers), but it wasn’t a product that could be layered too much or else it started to feel almost tacky and too slick on the skin. It was easiest to use on bare skin, where it had the most noticeable tint to me, but it was blendable over liquid/cream base products. It wasn’t as foolproof to use over powder.

The new, limited edition formula is supposed to be a “sheer, tinted format” with “natural-looking color” for “lips and cheeks.” Worth noting that while the physical size didn’t seem different, the tube contains about half as much as the regular Multiple formula (0.23 oz. compared to 0.50 oz.). I think this would be more suitable for someone with a lighter skin tone, as it got lost on mine as I blended it out. The consistency was smooth, blendable, and had moderate slip, and it did not dry down, so it always looked slightly wet on the skin. This made for a more comfortable lip product, and it looked like a tinted balm on my lips (not too much shine) and was non-drying. It wore well for six hours as a blush and three hours as a lip product.

NARS Multiple Tint Jo
Jo

MAC Hard to Get & Hushed Tone Extra Dimension Blushes

01/06

MAC Hard to Get Extra Dimension Blush

MAC Hard to Get Extra Dimension Blush

MAC Hard to Get Extra Dimension Blush

MAC Hard to Get Extra Dimension Blush

MAC Hard to Get Extra Dimension Blush

MAC Hard to Get Extra Dimension Blush

Hard to Get

MAC Hard to Get Extra Dimension Blush ($28.00 for 0.15 oz.) is a deep brown with warm, reddish undertones and a pink sheen. I was nervous about this shade, as darker brown blushes are often difficult to apply and blend out, but this blended out quite nicely. It wasn’t quite as effortless as other shades in the range (but those have been particularly blendable!), but it was still a very easy blush to work with. It had rich, opaque pigmentation that had a luminous finish that did not accentuate my skin’s texture. The color wore well for ten hours on me.

The Extra Dimension Blush formula is supposed to have “long-wearing colour with prismatic reflections” that wears for “10 hours.” The formula is typically very pigmented with a soft, smooth texture that’s firmer in the pan but not difficult to use–I had no issues grabbing color with even my softest brushes–and has no dustiness or powderiness in the pan. The blushes are usually blendable with a luminous glow on the cheeks that did not emphasize my skin’s natural texture. With MAC’s newly-added permanent shades, the wear time has ranged from eight to ten hours.

MAC Extra Dimension Blush Hard to Get
9.5
Product
10
Pigmentation
9.5
Texture
10
Longevity
5
Application
98%
Total

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NARS Jeanette Multiple Tint

01/07

NARS Jeanette Multiple Tint

NARS Jeanette Multiple Tint

NARS Jeanette Multiple Tint

NARS Jeanette Multiple Tint

NARS Jeanette Multiple Tint

NARS Jeanette Multiple Tint

NARS Jeanette Multiple Tint

Jeanette

NARS Jeanette Multiple Tint ($39.00 for 0.23 oz.) is a brighter, medium pinky-red with cooler undertones and a natural finish. It had semi-sheer pigmentation that was buildable to medium coverage, but the more emollient texture made it the type of product that sheered out considerably once you started to blend it out. It worked better on bare skin or over liquid/cream base products and was less ideal over powder.

The new, limited edition formula is supposed to be a “sheer, tinted format” with “natural-looking color” for “lips and cheeks.” Worth noting that while the physical size didn’t seem different, the tube contains about half as much as the regular Multiple formula (0.23 oz. compared to 0.50 oz.). The texture never fully dried down on the skin, so it retained that dewy finish even hours after applied, though it only lasted around six and a half hours as a blush (three hours as a lip color). The additional slip in the formula made it more comfortable to wear as a lip color than the original Multiples, which are thicker and can almost crumble on the lips.

This will launch on April 15th.

NARS Multiple Tint Jeanette
Jeanette

NARS Alice Multiple Tint

01/09

NARS Alice Multiple Tint

NARS Alice Multiple Tint

NARS Alice Multiple Tint

NARS Alice Multiple Tint

NARS Alice Multiple Tint

NARS Alice Multiple Tint

NARS Alice Multiple Tint

NARS Alice Multiple Tint

NARS Alice Multiple Tint

Alice

NARS Alice Multiple Tint ($39.00 for 0.23 oz.) is a medium, coral-red with warm undertones and a natural sheen. It had semi-sheer, buildable color coverage (up to semi-opaque) that had a slightly wet finish and looked more like a cheek stain.

The new, limited edition formula is supposed to be a “sheer, tinted format” with “natural-looking color” for “lips and cheeks.” Worth noting that while the physical size didn’t seem different, the tube contains about half as much as the regular Multiple formula (0.23 oz. compared to 0.50 oz.). The texture of the Multiple Tint was moderately emollient with a dewier finish that never dried down fully, so the wear seemed to be shorter at a mere six hours. It worked best applied over bare skin or liquid/cream products and was more challenging to use over powder. It felt like a thin balm in terms of consistency as a lip product, and it lasted three and a half hours on my lips and was non-drying.

This will launch on April 15th.

NARS Multiple Tint Alice
Alice

MAC Rosy Cheeks & Sweets for My Sweet Extra Dimension Blushes

01/06

MAC Rosy Cheeks Extra Dimension Blush

MAC Rosy Cheeks Extra Dimension Blush

MAC Rosy Cheeks Extra Dimension Blush

MAC Rosy Cheeks Extra Dimension Blush

MAC Rosy Cheeks Extra Dimension Blush

MAC Rosy Cheeks Extra Dimension Blush

Rosy Cheeks

MAC Rosy Cheeks Extra Dimension Blush ($28.00 for 0.15 oz.) is a bright, medium-dark fuchsia pink with cool, fuchsia pearl. It had nearly opaque pigmentation, which was buildable to full coverage, if desired. The texture was soft, smooth, and just a smidgen dusty in the pan (but not applied); I felt like the softness made it easier to control and to grab less product, if desired, so it could be used as sheerer coverage levels without a lot of work. What was even more surprising was how blendable the color was on the cheeks–it melted and diffused as I applied it and I barely had to blend the edges after laying down the initial color. The finish was luminous but not emphasizing of my pores. The color stayed on well for ten hours before fading.

The Extra Dimension Blush formula is supposed to have “long-wearing colour with prismatic reflections” that wears for “10 hours.” The formula is typically very pigmented with a soft, smooth texture that’s firmer in the pan but not difficult to use–I had no issues grabbing color with even my softest brushes–and has no dustiness or powderiness in the pan. The blushes are usually blendable with a luminous glow on the cheeks that did not emphasize my skin’s natural texture. With MAC’s newly-added permanent shades, the wear time has ranged from eight to ten hours.

MAC Extra Dimension Blush Rosy Cheeks
9.5
Product
9
Pigmentation
10
Texture
10
Longevity
5
Application
97%
Total

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