Unlike the name, the blush is far from peach by miles (reminds me of NYX peach blush, which is also a pink shade). In the pot, the products color tends to be rosy pink shade with cool undertones and a soft, silvery sheen to it. As M.A.C describes it, “mid-tone rose [with a Satin finish].”
The more the powder is blended and buffed into the skin, the more the finish gets really lovely and luminous. The silvery sheen becomes more pronounced, but it’s never over-the-top. The thing that blew me off, it didn't emphasize my pores or any skin imperfections, which is unlikely with any luminous powder or blush, and also didn't show any signs of sparkles or shimmer! Magic!
It was nicely pigmented with a soft, blendable texture that never felt powdery, and very easy to work with. It applies evenly and fuses beautifully with the skin. The powder feels buttery, soft and silky, a texture that felt very light on my skin. It didn't clog my pores or cause me any breakouts.
The color wore well and lasted for eight hours on my skin before starting to fade (talking about a blush that would stay put for your whole busy working day, huh!)
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