I mean by now most will know that the Sharon and Kelly Osbourne collection is limited edition, vast but split into two sections (one for Kelly, one for Sharon) and that the packaging is colour matched to each woman's hair. Yep I think that is everything covered now on to the blushes...
First up we have MAC Sharon Osbourne Blush in Peaches and Cream which I find to be an odd name given it is a bright pink. I realise that the majority of products have been named using British slang and what not but yeah this is not peach by any stretch of the imagination. MAC Sharon Osbourne Blush in Peaches and Cream is a satin formula so it is rather flattering - you have an illuminating yet not shimmer based blush that will add a little radiance to the cheeks without settling into fine lines or in my case enlarged pores. If you like matte blushes but find them to be a little too flat MAC Satin blushes should be your next stop. I should point out the formula is a little dry in that it can produce substantial fall out yet doesn't feel dry on the skin nor will it cling to dry patches of skin. I have oily skin and find that with a primer I can achieve around 8 hours of wear from a MAC Satin blush. Okay back to the colour MAC Sharon Osbourne Blush in Peaches and Cream is a bright, almost candy pink that leans neutral meaning it should suit most. I would say this is one of the few face products in the entire collection that would be suitable for deeper complexions. Dupe? Perhaps MAC Dolly Mix blush but that lacks the colour pay off this shade produces.
I won't repeat myself in terms of formula for Kelly's Blush as it wears and applies exactly the same being a satin formulation too. MAC Kelly Osbourne Cheeky Bugger blush is the blush most people I have spoke to lusted after the most. I can understand why, it is an easy to wear light but not chalky pink. It again illuminates the skin without looking over the top and is perfect everyday pinky peach for light to medium skin tones. I personally can't think of an outright dupe for MAC Kelly Osbourne Cheeky Bugger instead I would say it is the love child of NARS Orgasm and NARS Deep Throat blushes.
You can find MAC Sharon Osbourne Blush in Peaches and Cream (£23) via House of Fraser here, and you can find MAC Kelly Osbourne Cheeky Bugger blush on your local counter if you are quick enough!
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