MAC Mineralize Blush in Dainty

Mac Mineralize Blush in Dainty review

MAC Mineralize Blush in Dainty £20 3.5g

I’ve owned MAC’s Mineralize Blush in Dainty for quite a while now but I’ve not reviewed it until now. I’ve dug it out of my makeup collection for summer as it’s a lovely peachy-pink blush that’s perfect for summer. It does have a little shimmer running through it, but it’s not really transferable onto the cheeks – so don’t worry about resembling a disco ball! The formula differs from most other MAC blushers because minerals are baked into the powder which provides a lightweight comfortable finish, however I don’t find it as sheer as it states on the MAC website (although this could be because of the texture, as it is very easy to pick up product with a make up brush).

MAC Mineralize Blush Dainty Swatch

The texture is powdery but not chalky and it’s easy to blend. The pigmentation is good, it shows up easily on my fair skin and I think it would suit fair-medium skin tones however it may not show up/might look too stark on darker skin tones. It’s odd because on the website it said that the Mineralize Blushers have a sheer finish, but I actually thought the pigmentation was medium (although this could be because I either over-apply it or because I’m so fair-skinned). In terms of colour, I find it rather similar to NARS Deep Throat but lacks the subtle shimmer. The wear time of MAC’s Dainty is not great and I see it starting to fade around the 5 hour mark.

All in all, MAC Dainty blush is possibly one of my absolute favourites, I really like the texture and it gives a perfect flush to the cheeks. If you have pale skin, I’d definitely recommend giving it a swatch at your local MAC store, tanned lovelies should give it a whirl too!
Have you tried a MAC Mineralize Blush before? Or any other blush by MAC?

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