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i've been using apt. 5's blush in b-06, but lately, it's been looking kinda bad. i have MAC's prism, but that makes my whole face look orange, even if i put on very little!

i don't like using bronzers because i'm pretty light, so that would look gross, so i just need a neutral/brown blush.

any recommendations?


 
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Hmmm, I like Chanel's Golden Sun for a more bronze color. It's very natural looking, but it's not brown. Everyone always looks like they're glowing in it.

 
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MAC Blushbaby is so what you're looking for. It's a pinky brown, and I find it very neutral. I can wear it with most anything, and it does not look dirty on my light skin. HTHS!

 
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Originally Posted by FeistyFemme MAC Blushbaby is so what you're looking for. It's a pinky brown, and I find it very neutral. I can wear it with most anything, and it does not look dirty on my light skin. HTHS! Although I haven't tried it yet, there is blushbaby in the Blush Double I got today @ Mac. (its the darker of the two colors, the other is called "peachiness".




 

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Janette: You saw the duos?! (and obviously got one. hehe) How do the rest of them look?? and is that a ccb?

 
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Originally Posted by lizzyb831 Janette: You saw the duos?! (and obviously got one. hehe) How do the rest of them look?? and is that a ccb? They're really nice! I'm fairly new to MAC - so I'm not positive what colors are new, and what have already been available. But they have a lot of colors that i could definitely see myself wearing!
And yep... that is a CCB in "Dusk"... it's a pewter-brown like color w/ shimmer. I already have "Hush" ccb - so I figured I would try something a little different - but still light enough to use under shadows. This looks like it would be pretty on its own too as a cream shadow or as a highlighter over the cheeks

 
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Woohoo.. thanks for posting the double pic Janelle coz i've decided that's the double i'll get


 
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Originally Posted by Laura Woohoo.. thanks for posting the double pic Janelle coz i've decided that's the double i'll get
Haven't used it yet - will today, but seems pretty 'user friendly"

 
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I've discovered some samples of Stila CC in Peony in my train case. When I first tried it it wasn't really doing anything for me but now i really like it. It's kind of a neutral pinky-browny colour so it could be what you're looking for if you don't mind cream based blushers.

 
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Originally Posted by Lealabell I've discovered some samples of Stila CC in Peony in my train case. When I first tried it it wasn't really doing anything for me but now i really like it. It's kind of a neutral pinky-browny colour so it could be what you're looking for if you don't mind cream based blushers. i don't like cream-based blushes, but thank you, though
 

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