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How to Choose the Right MAC Foundation

 

 

MAC is one of the most sought after beauty brands of our time, although their products can break the bank balance, if you choose the right product for you the outcome can be amazing. We all want to achieve that flawless look and it can be done!


Foundation is one of the most tricky cosmetic products to buy and it can easily go wrong, but if you’ve got the right advice behind you then it can be easy peasy!

So how do you choose the right MAC foundation for you? 

First of all you need to figure out which type of skin you have and then match it to a MAC foundation that compliments this.

 

MAC Pro longwear SPF 10 foundation

 

This foundation provides sheer to medium coverage that lasts up to 15 hours. It’s perfect for combination skin. A liquid foundation such as this is great as it gives a matte look and does control oily skin especially in hot weather.

 

 

MAC Studiofix powder plus foundation

 

This foundation is powder based so it’s perfect for oily to combination skin. This foundation gives great coverage and a matte finish by absorbing oils into the skin giving you a flawless look. The only thing about this product is that you can go through it quite quickly whereas a liquid based foundation might last longer.

 

MAC Studio Sculpt Foundation

 

The MAC studio sculpt foundation is quite a thick gel based foundation that is good for dry to normal skin as it instantly hydrates the skin. It is quite a thick liquid foundation which means it gives medium to high coverage with a natural and satin finish. This foundation is long lasting and also water resistant! 

 

 

So there we have three types of foundation brought to you by MAC make up. Guaranteed that at least one will suit your skin type - it all depends on the type of coverage you want to achieve from your foundation. MAC foundation worth with NC and NW - neutral cool and neutral warm. NC shades are more for olive skin tones, so they will cancel out any red or pink tones whilst NW is for warmer skin tones with pink undertones in the foundation. 

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