I have found myself lusting more and more over blushers more than any other make up recently, I never used to be a massive lover of the products that we dust over our cheeks but when I dug out my Coralista Benefit blush (that is years old - but still works great) I found myself applying it more and more and then I remembered why blushers are so important for a finished look!
I may have mentioned this in another post but I had so many comments on my make up when started using some blusher on the apples of my cheeks again, a work colleague even told me that I looked more tanned than usual (which is always a winner - right?!) ha. Wearing a blusher gives you that extra subtle glow and highlight - which everyone can do with a bit of from time to time, right?
Anyway, getting on to the blush itself... like I said, I had been actively hunting for any sort of blush that will look great on my skin tone and I decided to go with more of a matte finish. This is when I came across 'melba' from MAC, a matte pink/browny colour - this blush is the perfect product to reach for when you're not looking for a shimmery finish. I suppose you could say it fits well with the 90s look that is circulating at the moment, it almost has a nudish feel to it. I imagine this is the sort of colour Kylie Jenner would wear to compliment her nude lips. As this is a matte shade, you may want to add a highlighter on the top of your cheeks to add a bit of glow.
MAC blushes are widely loved by everyone and rightly so, the lasting power on them are brilliant and the choice of colours that you have means everyone can find the perfect shade for their skin. They are not a bad price either - £18.50 is a good for a high-end and well worth it brand like MAC.