MAC Feeling Flush Mineralize Blush
MAC Feeling Flush Mineralize Blush Swatches, Photos, Reviews
MAC Feeling Flush Mineralize Blush ($23.00 for 0.10 oz.) is described as a “melange of pink, deep blue-pink, and soft brown.” It swirls together and creates a plum-tinged pink with blue undertones and a satin sheen. The mineralize blushes from this collection have a very different texture than past mineralize blushes. These have the texture of the In the Groove mineralize eyeshadow trios–very silky smooth, soft, and really no frost or grittiness. The overall feel is reminiscent of Chanel’s Joue Contrastes (not quite as silky). These feel even softer and have less of a sheen the the less frosted side of the In the Groove mineralize blush duos.
Feeling Flush has good color payoff, and it’s very blendable on the cheeks. It’s a shade that will flatter darker skin tones and cooler skin tones best. I tend to get six hours of good wear with the mineralize blushes before they begin to fade.
It’s a lot less vibrant and fuchsia compared to MAC Her Blooming Cheek, plummier and less fuchsia compared to Full Fuchsia, and pinker than MAC Overdyed. It’s actually more like a mix of Full Fuchsia and Dirty Plum. It’s a lot less red compared to Amazon Princess, not really similar. It is comparable to Band of Roses with slightly less sheen, maybe a little bluer.