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Physician’s Formula Mineral Glow Pearls blush vs MAC Mineralize Skinfinish

DUPE 5 | MAC MSF in Petticoat (LE)

MAC MSF in Petticoat was first released in 2008 then re-released in 2010. At the time of its releases, many people raved about how it was their new favorite blush – and for good reason. It is a light pink blush with golden red veining that looks stunning on the cheeks year round.
MAC Mineralize Skinfinish
One day as I was browsing through CVS, I came upon the Physician’s Formula Mineral Glow Pearls. I thought that it looked like a good dupe for the MAC MSF in Blonde, came back home, saw that it was a dupe for MAC MSF in Petticoat instead!

Physician's Formula Mineral Glow Pearls blush vs MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Physician's Formula Mineral Glow Pearls blush vs MAC Mineralize Skinfinish swatch Physician's Formula Mineral Glow Pearls blush vs MAC Mineralize Skinfinish swatch1 Physician's Formula Mineral Glow Pearls blush vs MAC Mineralize Skinfinish swatch2Physician’s Formula Mineral Glow Pearls in Natural Pearl ($12) gives the same pink rosy glow Petticoat does but for a fraction of the price. Its base color is a bit darker than Petticoat’s but Petticoat has the red shimmer to deepen up the overall color. How red Petticoat is ultimately depends on each individual Petticoat. Natural Pearl lacks the red shimmers that make Petticoat multidimensional but honestly…I can do without the added shimmer. Natural Pearl looks more “natural” (haha) than Petticoat on the cheeks.

Physician's Formula Mineral Glow Pearls blush vs MAC Mineralize Skinfinish look