Most of these colors are on the warmer side, except for the MAC creme blush, and I think flatter most skin tones. I have a rather yellow undertone and these colors add more warmth to the face without being too overwhelming.
Wet n Wild’s Mellow Wine is a peachy almost plummy color when applied on the cheeks. A little goes a long way with this line of blushes!
The Milani Baked Blushes are absolutely gorgeous! The color pay off is not as good as the Wet n Wild blushes but it still gives off great color. Beware this one is glittery so there is shimmer which some people don’t like but I think gives it a nice glow. This shade is in Corallina.
These remind me of the MAC Mineralized Blushes and are a very good drugstore dupe.
At Walmart this cost about $6.50 but I have seen it range from $6-$9.
MAC Madly Magenta Creme Colour Base. This was my first ever creme blush and it was quite a dramatic color. This is actually a color base which can be used on the lips as well. It is a very very very pigmented magenta leaning on the more purple side. I love this shade but I find it a bit hard to wear.
This is an Inglot blush which has no name but the numbers are supposed to identify it. Anyway this is a warm almost bronzy blush with hints of peach/pink. A slight brush of this can give you just the right amount of warmth and glow all at once. Again this is a very pigmented blush and should be applied lightly!
|From Left to Right: Mellow Wine, Corallina, Madly Magenta, Inglot 33|
These are a bunch of swatches in a whole mess of light settings. I couldn’t find any where in my house that had just the right lighting! So i just kept all of these to give a better example of what the colors actually look like.
Hope this helped! Enjoy 🙂