Friday, 7 March 2014

Mac Prep+Prime CC Colour Correcting Loose Powder In Adjust Review

Hello my lovely readers, today am reviewing the Mac Prep+Prime Colour Correcting Loose Powder in Adjust, last week i talked about the CC cream in Neutralize and it was such an awful product but this one is so different. Before i start, can i just say how impressed i am with this loose powder, it's that good, it beats the transculent powder hands down, no joke! I quite like the packaging too, a small round jar, that has a powder sifter inside. It made a little mess when i first opened it because i shaked the jar a little too much so i advice you tightly secure the lid and screw the top properly to avoid waste when you use it.

Mac described it as a tinted powder to help correct and blur imperfections on the face, this product does exactly just that, it's smooth and silky and feel very skin like on the face, this particular shade brightens the face and you can use it as a setting powder. When i used it on my oily skin, my face felt relaxed and my makeup lasted the entire day without a shift neither did it alter my foundation, and it practically absorbed all the oil on my face, it covered redness on my cheek which the neutralize is suppose to do and all fine lines gone! The powder is so light and you only need a little to set the face, the texture feels like velvet and the tinted colour wasn't noticeable at all once applied. This powder is everything i could ask for and more, it's quite similar to the ben nye banana powder but it beats it hands down and the colours are different too (this one is a peachy beige colour)

This powder will work fine for any skin tone and because it comes in Three other shades, you can always find the one to suit your colour. I will be buying another one, the Neutralize shade in Loose asap for under my eyes. Other shades in the range are Neutralize, Lavender, Recharge and they all come in different texture, Cream, Loose and Pressed, so far the Loose is the best and it's what i recommend especially for oily skin, although it's quite messy during application which is why people stay away from loose powders and thats where the pressed compact comes in handy to fit into your purse for touch ups. The only tiny con i have about this powder is the price, it's so small (8g) and cost £20 and that put me off initially but after i used it, i realise it's far superior and well worth the price!. Wishing you all a fabulous weekend and Toodles. xoxo  bynki

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