MAC All Ages, All Races, All Sexes Collection: Beauty Powder Blushes Reviews, Photos, Swatches

MAC All Ages, All Races, All Sexes Collection
MAC All’s Good Beauty Powder Blush

MAC All Ages, All Races, All Sexes Collection: Beauty Powder Blushes Reviews, Photos, Swatches

The beauty powder blushes are interesting, if only because neither shade seems like a blush at first glance. I think some might find these work for contouring, others for blushing/bronzing. I liked Personal Style the most, because I could see it being just a hint of definition on cheeks when eyes/lips are bold.

Beauty Powder Blushes ($18.50 U.S. / $22.00 CDN)

  • All’s Good is a dirty brown with just a smidgen of pink in it. It has very, very little shimmer — like barely there shimmer. I think this might be nicer on deeper skin tones, but I keep thinking it’s just going to look dirty on me. The texture is very smooth, and the color itself is pigmented.
  • Personal Style is a neutral-to-cool fleshy beige with no real shimmer (the powder looks like it has some, but I couldn’t detect any in the swatch). This looked like something you might even be able to contour with if you have lighter skin.

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MAC All Ages, All Races, All Sexes Collection
MAC Personal Style Beauty Powder Blush

MAC All Ages, All Races, All Sexes Collection
Beauty Powder Blush Swatches: All’s Good, Personal Style

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It is very similar to Perfect Cheek. I would say that the difference between the two is that Personal Style is a tad warmer with peachy tones to it. It’s got a really nice feel and finish to it, since it’s a beauty powder.

Yeah, I think Personal Style could be good for people who are upset by Strada (popular contouring shade) being discontinued. I compared the two and Personal Style is lighter and more peachy/tan warm than Strada. Like you said, it will definitely work as a contour shade for lighter skin tones, or an all over blush for a light look 🙂

I initially wanted Personal Style until my favorite MAC artist applied it on me – it didn’t show up on my skin (NC42) All’s Good looked better and of course it came home with me. I do love it but the search continues for a nice neutral color that isn’t too pink or plum or bronze that I can use when I’m doing a smokey navy or gunmetal eye.

Christine, would you consider doing cheek product swatches ON your cheeks? Like you do for lip products – photographing them on your lips? Just curious! I think it would give a better idea how it looks on the face with skin showing through.

I’ve thought about it, but it’s not really practical to do it back-to-back – it’s something that would take days to do, just because it requires a different look/product otherwise, it’s just an unfair representation on the product. I’d also say that since these stain, I don’t know if I could do them back-to-back just from that. (I swatched these at the very, very end!)

I’m definitely planning to do looks over the next week, incorporating these, so that’s how I planned to show them in action.

Hmmm. Personal style did a kinda pinky irridescent thing on me. It’s very pretty!
I expected to like All’s Good, but it was just meh/dupable for me.
NC30 for reference.

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