Top: Miss Behave Bottom: Georgia
Where Miss Behave is a strong peachy pink with slight shimmer, Georgia is a chalky almost cream coloured peach. Miss Behave isn't only better pigmented, but the texture is also incredibly better. The application is even, soft and easy to blend, where as Georgia is a little chalky and I find a lot of product comes off when you swatch it. This obviously makes it harder to apply as there is so much excess, not good.
I can't slate Georgia too much though, as it does work really well as a highlighter. It's very shimmery, maybe too shimmery for a blush so I'd recommend using it to highlight your cupid's bow and cheekbones. This works well with my NC15 skin, not giving me the Edward Cullen effect that seems to only work for the guys! I then use Miss Behave as my blush, which I usually apply with my MAC 168 to give that peachy glow that's really in this summer.