MAC Glamour Feast & Tease Your Tastes Cremeblend Blushes Reviews, Photos, Swatches

MAC Glamour Feast Cremeblend Blush
MAC Glamour Feast Cremeblend Blush

MAC’s Indulge Collection (online at MAC now, online elsewhere and in-stores on August 22nd for North America locations) features two new and limited edition Cremeblend Blush shades. Both shades had good color payoff that was true-to-pan and buildable, so you could get intense, rich color or softer, sheerer color–whatever desired. The consistency of the Cremeblend formula is lightly creamy but not heavy, and they set in about fifteen minutes. The wear varies between six and eight hours (for me), and I was able to get seven hours of wear out of Glamour Feast and just over six hours of wear with tease your tastes.

Glamour Feast Cremeblend Blush ($21.00 for 0.19 oz.) is described as a “deep rose.” It’s a rosy,r eddish plum with a natural finish–slightly glowy but not too luminous. It had good color payoff that was buildable, and the consistency was medium in thickness and creamy, so it was easy to blend out the color. NARS Realm of the Senses #2 is powder and warmer. NARS Seduction is powder and darker. NARS G-Spot is more shimmery. NARS Oasis is powder and pinker. NARS Dolce Vita is powder. See comparison swatches.

Tease Your Tastes Cremeblend Blush ($21.00 for 0.19 oz.) is described as a “soft neutral pink.” It’s a medium peach with a hint of rosiness. It has a natural finish–not too dewy, not matte. It had buildable color that was true-to-pan if desired but could also be sheered out. NARS Gilda is more orange, powder. MAC Fleet Fast is pinker, powder. MAC Early Morning is more orange, powder. MAC Ladyblush is lighter, pinker. Burberry Blossom is slightly pinker, powder. Chanel Presage is more orange, brighter. Marc Jacobs Irresistible is more orange, powder. Edward Bess Secret Affair is more coral. Urban Decay Naked Flushed is slightly darker, matte, powder. See comparison swatches.

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MAC Glamour Feast Cremeblend Blush
MAC Glamour Feast Cremeblend Blush

MAC Glamour Feast Cremeblend Blush
MAC Glamour Feast Cremeblend Blush

MAC Glamour Feast Cremeblend Blush
MAC Glamour Feast Cremeblend Blush

MAC Glamour Feast Cremeblend Blush
MAC Glamour Feast Cremeblend Blush

MAC Glamour Feast Cremeblend Blush
MAC Glamour Feast Cremeblend Blush

MAC Glamour Feast Cremeblend Blush
MAC Glamour Feast Cremeblend Blush

MAC Glamour Feast Cremeblend Blush
MAC Glamour Feast Cremeblend Blush

MAC Tease Your TastesCremeblend Blush
MAC Tease Your Tastes Cremeblend Blush

MAC Tease Your TastesCremeblend Blush
MAC Tease Your Tastes Cremeblend Blush

MAC Tease Your TastesCremeblend Blush
MAC Tease Your Tastes Cremeblend Blush

MAC Tease Your TastesCremeblend Blush
MAC Tease Your Tastes Cremeblend Blush

MAC Tease Your TastesCremeblend Blush
MAC Tease Your Tastes Cremeblend Blush

MAC Tease Your TastesCremeblend Blush
MAC Tease Your Tastes Cremeblend Blush

MAC Tease Your TastesCremeblend Blush
MAC Tease Your Tastes Cremeblend Blush

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These blushes are pretty! I’m not sure Glamour Fest would show up on my NC 55 cheeks though. As an combination/oily girl, I avoid creme blushes but I’m really interested in trying these two – do you apply them with a duo fiber like the 130 or 187 brushes?

Hi Christine! These have always intimidated me in terms of application but both look good on you, it’s tempting! Did you use fingers or brush?

I’m also using Real Techniques Contour Brush for cream blushes, specifically Chanel Le Blush Creme. It does a good job at blending out the product without disturbing my base. 🙂

This week after much hemming and hawing, I finally put the pin in on a single Marc Jacobs blush and went for a plummy shade so of the two here I was leaning towards Taste Your Senses but then I was surprised to see it is just so similar to many other powders in my collection and it really looks like the cream Ladyblush too. So thank you so much for the swatches 🙂 ..Somehow In the pan it looked a little more unique to me. Pass for both of these.

Hi Christine!! How would you compare Taste your senses to Ripe for love (blush from Temperature rising collection)? Once worn, may be they similar on a light medium skintone?

I’m also rather intimidated by cream blushes. I’ve had the oh-so easy to wear (my cheeks but better) Nyx Tea Rose for a while now, but I still haven’t found the perfect way for me to apply. I’ll definitely try the Real Techniques contour brush, I love her brushes!
By the way, looking at the name on the second blush, it seems to read “Tease your tastes” not “Taste your senses” – what’s the deal there?
Greetings form Switzerland

I wish MAC would bring back the original formula (blushecreme). I loved the original Ladyblush. It gave the most perfect glow. For me, the Creme Blend is drying. I hate when products I love are either discontinued or reformulated. Thank you for this post, though> 🙂

It appears darker to me, mostly because it’s very matte and it’s bolder? in a way – like it’s a deeper color.

They look lovely! The lighter one is called “Tease Your Tastes” though. You should correct that so people searching for swatches don’t miss your excellent post! 🙂

if i have restores dazzle creamblend from shop cook
do i need glamour feast? would you have both Christine?
Any body have a thought on it?

I use the Mac Cremeblend blushes and set it with Mac Prep & Prime translucent loose powder. My makeup goes on at 6:30 a.m. and when I clean my face at 10:00 p.m., the color is still there. I think their cream blushes wear wonderfully and, I find myself preferring cream instead of powder, because it looks more natural. I apply using ELF small stipple brush (that is a GREAT little brush and costs around $3.00 I believe?)

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