MAC TRES CHEEK Colour Story & Product Photos

March 18, 2012 § 8 Comments

MAC Trés Cheek (source)

 Everyone loves when you blush.  Go hip in bright red-orange, or add a glorious touch of peach, pink, or lavender – each shade staying as bright and un-beige on the skin as they are in the palette.  With a formula that’s seamlessly sheer and unabashedly buildable, what do you get? A look that says Trés Cheek!

MAC TRÉS CHEEK

Release Date:  April 5, 2012 / April 2012 (International)

Bluuuuuuuuuuuuuush!!!!! Yes! Not 1. Not 2.  6.  SIX brand spanking new blushes!  I wish they came in pro palettes, but I’m not complaining!  They’re colourful, bright, fun, and scream out “summertime!”  Whether your skin is fair or deep, there’s a colourful blush here for everybody.

POWDER BLUSH | $20 US, $24  CAD | Limited Edition (Permanent in Asia)| 6g

| Pink Tea | Neutral Beige Pink | Satin
| Lovecloud | Bright Mid-tone Pink |  Satin
| Peony Petal | Bright Blue-pink |  Satin
| Modern Mandarin | Red Orange |  Satin
| Immortal Flower | Bright Peach |  Satin
| Full of Joy | Lavender |  Frost

Supposedly, this is Modern Mandarin on the runway.  Yay or nay?

Max Mara Spring 2012

Check out photos of all six blushes below and tell me what you think!

MAC Trés Cheek Blush: Pink Tea, Immortal Flower

MAC Trés Cheek Blush: Modern Mandarin, Peony Petal

MAC Trés Cheek Blush: Full of Joy, Lovecloud

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