MAC Pressed Amber Mineralize Blush
MAC Pressed Amber Mineralize Blush Swatches, Photos, Reviews
MAC Pressed Amber Mineralize Blush ($23.00 for 0.10 oz.) is described as a “melange of nude, beige, and brown” that all comes together as a medium-dark, muted brown. It’s brown without being overly warm or dark–no chocolate, bronze, or the like here. It’s more aptly described a brown nude, I would say, because it retains a lot of the natural color found in the skin. The texture is like Feeling Flush, with a very soft, smooth powder without frost or glitter. It has a satin-like sheen that looks natural when applied to the skin. This product could benefit from improved wear, though, as I do find it fades faster than the average blush–I get around six hours of wear (tested this shade yesterday) before it begins its fading decline.
It reminded me of a darker, less orange version of MAC Peachtwist. It doesn’t have the plum notes that MAC Darkly My Dear has. It ends up being closer to MAC Prim & Proper but a little darker, browner. It’s also comparable to Korres #15 Natural Blush without any gold sheen/shimmer. It’s darker and less pink compared to MAC Eversun.