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Beauty - Mac Love Joy Mineralize blush review

Mac mineralize blush in love joy

Hey lovelies,

Sometimes I get in a makeup rut always using the same products or at least the same shades. This is how I felt recently about blush I always wear pink tones, and never really strayed from that, but on a recent visit to Mac, I decided to be brave and give something else a whirl. I have heard good things about the Mineralize blushes and planned on swatching some on my trip in store, and that's when I fell in love with Love Joy, which is a shock as it's totally out of my comfort zone, in the fact that it's not pink.

Love Joy is a warm mid tone brown with gold pearlized finish to it, making it perfect for enhancing those cheekbones leaving a luminous shimmer. The baked formula provides a sheer application that can be built up leaving a gorgeous highlight to the cheekbones. Plus on lazy days can be swept over the lid, for an understated eye look.

The quality of the blush is second to none, it feels light on the skin, and lasts all day. I literally have worn it everyday since buying it.
The packaging is sturdy and classy as you would expect from Mac.

I know that next time I visit the Mac counter I will defo be swatching more of the mineralize blushers.

Which shades should I pick up next?

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