MAC Supercontinental Blush
A Coral Worth Waiting For
MAC Supercontinental Blush ($20.00 for 0.21 oz.) is described as a “bright cute coral” with a satin finish. It’s a soft coral-pink–it’s just a smidgen pink, but it doesn’t have strong orange undertones. It looks a little peach-coral in the pan but reads pinker on the skin. There is a subtle sheen to the finish, nothing overwhelming. Guerlain Peach Boy is more orange. MAC Fleet Fast has gold shimmer, is a smidgen darker, and has a stronger red tone to it. Tarina Tarantino Feather is lighter, slightly pinker. Make Up For Ever #6 is similar but has a cream formula.
From the launch, this is probably one of my favorite products, and it is one of the better performing ones, too. It’s a softer coral, and the color you can get, at most, is true-to-pan–but it is a lighter color from the get-go, so it may look chalky or disappear on deeper skin tones. On light to medium-dark skin tones, I think it’s a particularly flattering coral because it doesn’t have a lot of orange, but it’s not too pink. The satin finish gives it a really lovely, natural sheen on the skin–it won’t emphasize pores at all. When I wore this for wear, it lasted a full eight hours and was just barely starting to fade around nine hours. The texture could be a smidgen softer, which was really the only complaint I had.