So far you have choices when it comes to MAC Prep Prime CC Colour Correctors! These come in a cream facial primer formula, a loose powder, and you also have the choice of a MAC Prep Prime CC Colour Correcting Compact Powder!
Granted, you probably don’t need both a loose and compact version of these correctors however, I would suggest snatching up the creams if you have drier skin!
For the oily skin girls out there you have the loose and compact versions available but I will warn you I’m not particularly sold on these compacts even though I liked both the loose and cream formulas.
MAC Prep Prime CC Colour Correcting Compact Powder is available in four shade selections with four different correcting abilities. These are not exactly the same product you’d be getting with the Correcting Loose Powder that also is available and I find the texture differs greatly.
The great thing about the new Prep + Prime CC Colour Correcting Powders is you get the benefits of a product that absorbs excess oil while setting makeup for long wear. Adjust is a peachy beige that can be used to brighten and even out skin tone but you can also use it as a lightweight powder foundation too if you desire. Illuminate is a soft lavender that address dullness and tired skin by brightening up your complexion. Recharge is a deep apricot with hard orange tones that can be used to add warmth to medium and darker skin tones. And Neutralize is a yellow that address redness.
I really liked both the cream and loose formulas in these products but I find the compacts aren’t so great for one main reason…they are way too powdery! These aren’t densely packed so they kinda fall off in larger chunks when you swipe a brush through them. There’s not fault with the formula as it does indeed do what it should once applied but the texture of the powders is a messy issue for me. It’s like they have nothing to hold them together so they due create quite a powdery mess when I use them! The texture does differ very slightly from the loose powders in the fact they are softer with less silkiness than the loose formula. You’re kinda lacking the ‘cones in the formula it feels and they have more of a pressed powder consistency.
Adjust, Illuminate, Recharge, Neutralize
Overall, MAC Prep Prime CC Colour Correcting Compact is a great pick for those who dislike the texture of a silica powder but just warned they are a bit on the messy side!
These are available now at MAC counters or grab them at nordstrom.com.