USD 22. In India, I bought it for about Rs 1450/-. Not sure if the prices have risen since.
The powder blush comes in a typical MAC black plastic packaging. The centre of the lid is made of a transparent plastic which makes locating the blush in your stash easier. On the negative side, it also makes the packaging prone to breakage. So you might have to take extra precaution while travelling with this product. Other than that, the cap shuts snugly and the rest of the packaging is quite sturdy.
Coming onto the product, the blush is finely-milled and very soft to use. It spreads and blends easily. There is no shimmer in the product but true to its claims, the blush gives a satiny finish. This makes it ideal to be used in the daytime. It is very pigmented and you have to be careful when picking up this product or else you risk yourself of getting clown cheeks. I suggest using a blush brush with loosely packed bristles to use with this. Personally, I use a MAC 168 for this purpose. The shade of this blush is a warm coral pink. When used with a light hand, it gives a very natural pink flush to the cheeks. This shade should suit a wide range of complexions, from fair to dark. On my oily skin, this blush lasts for about 5-6 hours before it needs retouching.
My apologies if the shade is not very clear on my face. I applied it quite heavily but my camera just refused to pick up the intensity. You can also see me wearing it here.
MAC Satin Blush in Fleur Power is warm, satin-finish, coral pink powder blush which should suit a wide range of skintones. It has a great pigmentation and staying power. No wonder it is one of MAC’s most popular blushes! The product is expensive but given the quantity you get and how little you need at a time, this product will last you a really long time. Go for it if you are looking for a natural pink blush to go with a variety of makeup looks. Highly recommended!