MAC Powder Kiss Lipstick

MAC Powder Kiss Lipstick

mac powder kiss lipstick review swatch application stay curious

When is the last time you were excited about a new MAC release? I remember when MAC was the be all and end all of all makeup releases who were always innovative and THE brand to try. I think MAC is still a brand that does some interesting things, but their big hits have become far and few. One of their more recent releases are the Powder Kiss lipsticks and I was very excited when they were released. I picked up two shades so far and today I wanted to zoom in on Stay Curious which was released in a later batch of shades.

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What is in my MAC palette?

What is in my MAC palette?

what is in my mac palette review swatch singles

One of the oldest palettes in my makeup collection isn’t an actual palette that is sold as such. When I got into makeup, palettes like the Urban Decay Naked or Too Faced Chocolate Bar had not yet been released. Back then, everyone bought singles and MAC was the place to be. So I decided immediately that I wanted to build my own palette. When I bought MAC shadows, I bought single pans that I could stick into a custom palette. I still have it, still use it and here is what’s in it.

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MAC Mineralized Skin Finish Natural

MAC Mineralized Skin Finish Natural

MAC MSF Mineralized Skin Finish Natural Medium Review Swatch powder mineral makeup

Today we are looking a bit closer at one of my OG, old time favorites. What we are reviewing today is a MAC Mineralized Skin Finish. Not the shiny highlighter kind, but the mineral makeup setting powder kind. This is a product that I have been using for years as a summer time powder. I completely used one of these up and I didn’t doubt a minute before I repurchased it, because this my dear friends, is a great powder.

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MAC Paintpot Painterly

MAC Paintpot Painterly

mac paintpot painterly swatch review

It is cult makeup product time! One of my all time favorite cult makeup products is MAC’s Paint Pot in Painterly. These things last ages, which is why it took me some time to get this review up. I owned one of these previously, but it took me years to use it up and being able to open a fresh one to be able to take pictures. But now that has run out, I can finally share my love for this staple in my makeup routine.

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MAC Waterweight foundation

MAC Waterweight foundation

mac waterweight foundation nc15 review swatch

It’s foundation time again! I have been trying so many different foundations lately and it had been a while since I tried anything by MAC. I used to own the infamous Face & Body foundation and I wanted to repurchase that. But that foundation doesn’t have a great shade match for me and that is why the MUA recommended I try the Waterweight foundation. Texture wise this should be similar to F&B, yet this does come in the classic NC & NW shade range that MAC is known for. How am I getting on with this foundation?

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MAC 217 | Blending Brush

MAC 217 | Blending Brush

mac 217 blending makeup brush review

How is this for a makeup classic? Wooh, MAC’s 217 blending brush is quite possibly one of the most iconic makeup tools on the planet. I have had mine for a few years, but never got round to writing a review. Since I bought this, MAC changed all of their brushes from natural to synthetic hairs, but I got mine before the switch. I am not sure to what extent there is a difference between the two types of brush hairs, but I thought it was finally time to give you my thoughts on this brush.

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Let’s Play with Single Shadows

Let’s Play with Single Shadows

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mac inglot colourpop palette review swatch nabla coloured raine anastasia sidney grace

One of my goals for 2019: try more single eyeshadows. So I spent the past few months buying some new ones and that also made me want to reorganize some of my older single shadows. I figured I would film it all and talk you through how I (re)organize my MAC and Inglot shadows as well as some new in Colourpop and indie brand Sidney Grace. Let’s do this!

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