MAC Prep + Primer Transparent Finishing Powder Pressed Review
I love seeing celeb photos with the old translucent white powder mistake captured in a photo. Reminds me they are humans just like the rest of us…only humans with makeup artists that have heavy hands.
As for me? I’ve done the overdone translucent powder trick myself a time or two or several times. But I still use it…!
Stuff is solid gold joy for creating a flawless finish on your skin and it’s particularly a fav of mine for brightening up under my eyes and setting my concealer for all day wear.
MAC Prep + Primer Transparent Finishing Powder is now pressed! Bless be!
I’m a fond fan of the loose version so when I heard MAC Prep + Primer Transparent Finishing Powder would be available in a press format I did cartwheels around my makeup room.
I actually can’t do a cartwheel but I can do a mean split….but cartwheels are so much more cooler so let’s pretend I did one but not actually address the fact I didn’t.
What was I saying?
Oh Yeah! Pressed Transparent Finishing Powder!
Joy! Happy Days!
Yup, now you too can experience the joys of a pressed transparent powder from MAC. I find I’m cool using the loose formula and this works the best under my eyes however I prefer the pressed version for any number of reasons one of which, most important of all, is the fact you can travel more easily with it for touch ups.
Working with a pressed powder always seems easier for me with alot less mess as I am that girl that spills an entire pigment onto my bathroom floor which proceeds to dye the titles hot pink for a few weeks no matter how hard I scrub. So yeah, pressed anything is just alot less work and mess for me.
You can use MAC Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Pressed Powder to set your makeup, blur minor imperfections and larger pores, and just get that soft focused, flawless finish to your face. Although bright white in appearance the powder applies transparently so any skin tone can take advantage.
But please, be careful, it’s easy to get carried away.
Available from MAC, as part of the permanent collection, starting August 18.
Will you haul it?