So we finally reach the blushes of the Naturally collection,
blushes are normally my favourite thing to buy and review
but I don't have a huge appetite when it comes to the Mineralize formula.
Don't get me wrong the Naturally Mineralize formula is much nicer and natural looking than the
shimmer/glitter versions in collections such as Quite Cute etc
but I still prefer the normal and cream blushes Mac have to offer over this formula any day!

Subtle Breeze is described as a "Blue Pink" which I have no discrepancy with at all.
It looks much more deeper and duskier in pan form than when applied so don't be fooled by the pan shade.
It of course runs cool in tone but not overly so and should look pretty on most skin tones.
The formula is soft and almost silken to the touch but is not overly powdery
nor does it show ashy or cakey when applied to the skin but gives a natural flushed effect that is matte.
The pigmentation is really good, applies with a decent colour pay off but is easy to blend to the desired
tone or effect the user may require with minimal effort.
As I mentioned these do not yield ashen/powdery so deep skin tones can build the shade up again with ease
without cause for concern.

The only problem I have with this formula is its lack of lasting power,
on my oily skin it lasts around five hours before fading and I have read similar reports
stating that on normal skin the formula only lasts around the six hour mark which is far from great!

Product Summary
Round Up - A smooth to the touch matte pink blue blush.
Best For - Normal skin types will benefit best from this formula.
Pigmentation - (8/10) Applies really well.
Availability - Mac Counters and website for a limited time only - link, £19.50/3.2g