On my vacation I picked up the cream blush in a limited edition colour, 07 Coral Peach.
I chose it mainly because it was one of the few in the range that did not contain shimmer.
The colour has a medium to sheer pigmentation. I prefer that with cream blushes, since it gives you room for error just in case you are accidentally heavy handed with blush once day.
The blush is quite small, slightly larger than a MAC eyeshadow. However considering the tiny amount needed to get a natural flush of colour, I can see this lasting several months even with regular use. It may finish up faster though if you have a darker complexion and need to pack on more for the colour to show up.
Here it is compared with MAC's Joie de Vivre cremeblend blush from January of this year. I thought they looked quite similar but there are slight differences once compared side-by-side.
As you can see the MAC blush is slightly redder in tone, while Canmake is a bit pinker. Both are shimmer free blushes, but MAC dries down to a matte finish, while Canmake still has a glow to it. The Canmake blush also spreads and blends a little easier than the MAC blush.
Given a choice, I would definitely spring at the chance to buy more of the Canmake blushes over the MAC ones. The colours are beautiful, and the packaging and size of the product is cute and handy. The only problem is Canmake's limited availability in this part of the world. If you are not in Asia your best bet is to purchase online but do compare prices before you shop!