mac_harmony_blush

If you saw last weeks' post on the two minute face (link) you will have noticed that I mentioned that I couldn't be bothered with bronzer or contour for work. However then something clicked - I own the most perfect blush/bronzer/contour hybrid - MAC Harmony. You will have seen this in my February Favourites however this has to be hands down my new favourite make up product and could potentially take your two minute face up to two and a half minutes.

This blush is ideal to work on any skin tone - if I'm tanned it looks amazing and can afford to go heavy handed, whereas on my natural skin I need the smallest amount to easily contour my face. Like my all time favourite MAC blush in Melba, the formula is exactly the same - matte. Personally I would say that this is a neutral blusher and by that I mean even though it looks like a muddy brown with a slight red undertone, it transfers onto the skin beautifully. 

I apply this with a fluffy angled brush and then blend out with my Real Techniques Blush Brush to create a natural look. However if I want my contour to be more intense, I would use a more denser brush to apply like my Real Techniques Buffing Brush. You know that I'm a fan of multi purpose products, and I find that this is also a really nice crease colour to add a bit of something to normal eye shadow. With all MAC products this is extremely pigmented and worth the £18 price tag. I've had my Melba blush for a good 2-3 years and I still haven't made a dent in it, unlike other MAC blushers. Trust me when I say this, believe the hype. Also its much better than MAC Matte Bronze.