Monday, 23 May 2016

MAC Dollymix Blusher Review

Most of you will know that Mac blushers have one of my favourite formulas, today I am reviewing my favourite blusher for Summer - Mac Dolly Mix.


This is a very bright toned pink with light shimmer running through it. If you have a fair complexion this product would need to be applied with a light hand to prevent it looking clown-like. I absolutely love this blusher when I have a slight tan with a lot of bronzer. I think this shade would be lovely on deeper complexions. 


The formula of dollymix is a sheertone shimmer which is slightly more shimmery than the sheertone formula. I have wrote a description of each formula below incase you are unfamiliar with them.

Frost: this finish has a high shine which is highly reflective due to the shimmer
Sheer tone: this is the most sheer formula of blushes by MAC. This is great for beginners or for people who do not like or wear blusher. 
Sheertone Shimmer: this is very similar to the Sheertone formula but it has slightly added shimmer
Matte: this formula has no shimmer or shine at all and is completely flat/matte on the skin 
Satin: this is between a frost and matte formula. 

Overall, I think this blusher is perfect for the spring and summer months, it is also ideal if you are wanting to achieve a natural, no makeup, makeup look.

You can purchase this blusher for £17.50 and thousands of other products on the BeautySpin website.



  1. This colour is stunning! I know you like your mac blushes as well haha! Such a pretty and ideal shade for summer xxx

    Jasmine ||

  2. That's such a gorgeous color, especially when you blended it in! xxxxx

  3. I looove the look of this shade when its blended!! I need it:o

  4. Love the color


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