MAC Too Fabulous: Mineralize Blush Duo Reviews, Photos, Swatches

MAC Too Fabulous Collection
MAC Mineralize Blush Duo: (Clockwise) Rhapsody in Two, Buddy Up, Bi-Tone, Chic Couple, Sun & Moon

MAC Too Fabulous: Mineralize Blush Duo Reviews, Photos, Swatches

On March 4th, Too Fabulous will launch launches in-stores, but you can expect it to pop-up online on either Monday (the 1st) or Tuesday (the 2nd) as well. Included in the collection are six shades of Mineralize Blush Duos ($23.00), nine shades of Cremesheen Glasses ($18.00), and six shades of Lip Pencils ($13.00). I’m missing one mineralize blush (Two Virtues) and one Cremesheen Glass (Loud & Lovely), as well as all of the lip pencils–I will have the missing pieces reviewed on the launch date once I get to the store and purchase them, so please be patient! Update (3/4/10):  Everything is now reviewed and all that!  :)

The Mineralize Blush Duos are soft, smooth, and have kind of a “dirty” look to them, overall. I’m not a big mineralize blush fan because they have a tendency to break me out, so I rarely wear them. I also find that they fade faster than a typical powder blush, so they’ve just never been worth the breakout-potential! Rhapsody in Two is the only one I really liked, as the others just felt too “dirty” for my personal preference. I’d say Bi-Tone might be my second favorite, if you made me pick one!

Mineralize Blush Duos ($23.00)

  • Bi-Tone is contains a pinky plum and a coppery gold. Together, they create a muted, coppery coral-red with golden shimmer.
  • Buddy Up is a mix of muted plum and brightened pink. When swirled, they create a muted reddened plum shade that goes on fairly sheerly and doesn’t have too much glitter.
  • Chic Couple is a duo of peachy-copper and neutral brown with gold-green shimmer. The two mix to form a very bronzy brown with orange undertones and gold shimmer.
  • Rhapsody in Two is a mix of light yellow-pink and light peach-orange with a frost finish. The two create a a lightened, played down pink champagne, almost. I think may end up being a favorite for many, though I see it being used primarily as a highlighter. This is the only one that really caught my attention.
  • Sun & Moon is predominantly beige-y brown with pink-brown chunks within it. Together, they swirl to form a peachy copper brown with pink and gold shimmer. When used lightly, it can look very soft and pretty, but intensified, and I think it may feel too orange.
  • Two Virtues is a mixture of a cool-tone, blue-based frosty medium pink with violet-purple pieces.  Together, they make a light medium pink with silver shimmer.  The violet doesn’t really come through that much.  It can be layered on more heavily for a pinker look, but it’s fairly sheer.

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MAC Too Fabulous Collection
MAC Mineralize Blush Duo: (Clockwise) Sun & Moon, Rhapsody in Two, Buddy Up, Bi-Tone, Chic Couple

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MAC Bi-Tone Mineralize Blush Duo

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MAC Bi-Tone Mineralize Blush Duo (Lightly / Heavily)

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MAC Buddy Up Mineralize Blush Duo

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MAC Chic Couple Mineralize Blush Duo

MAC Too Fabulous Collection
MAC Buddy Up Mineralize Blush Duo (Lightly / Heavily)

MAC Too Fabulous Collection
MAC Chic Couple Mineralize Blush Duo (Lightly / Heavily)

MAC Too Fabulous Collection
MAC Rhapsody in Two Mineralize Blush Duo

MAC Too Fabulous Collection
MAC Rhapsody in Two Mineralize Blush Duo (Lightly / Heavily)

MAC Too Fabulous Collection
MAC Sun & Moon Mineralize Blush Duo

MAC Too Fabulous Collection
MAC Sun & Moon Mineralize Blush Duo (Lightly / Heavily)

MAC Too Fabulous Collection
MAC Two Virtues Mineralize Blush

MAC Too Fabulous Collection
MAC Two Virtues Mineralize Blush (Heavily / Lightly )

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