I do owe all fellow MAC lovers an apology as I did buy a good selection of products
from the Glamour Daze and simply haven't got around to testing it all out apart from a blush and EDMSF. which in my opinion are the two stand out pieces.
If like myself you want a blush that is on trend for the winter months but don't quite want to go down
the typically berry route then I highly suggesting popping along to your local MAC counter
and swatching the I'm the One blush.

Annoyingly MAC claim that this blush features limited edition packaging, sorry to be a Debbie Downer
but switching the MAC font from black to white and changing nothing else doesn't quite
warrant a price increase nor does it make it special!
Anyway MAC list  I'm the One as an mid-tone blue pink and I can not disagree but would say that I find
it one of those blushes that appear lighter in the pan than it does once applied.
In the pan this shade looks like a light ashy blue based pink yet applied it is a bright almost raspberry 
blue toned pink that gives a warm and dare I say it festive glow to the cheeks.
This is pretty much a suit all shade and perfect for any skin tone.

 I'm the One is a satin formula which is essentially a semi- matte finish,
it doesn't contain shimmer or glitter but isn't completely matte either.
In my opinion this finish not only adds a flush of colour but also adds a light glow to the skin.
Past experiences with MAC satin formulas have often dictated that this formula is not always
the best in terms of pigmentation and often tend to be drier in texture, this provides great colour pay off,
builds without caking but is slightly dry to the touch.
In terms of wear I found this to fare much like any other typical MAC blush - around 8 hours but
it does begin to fade quick quickly after the 8 hour mark.

MAC I'm the One Blush £19/6g via MAC - link