February 8, 2010

MAC Prep for Colour Collection Photos

MAC Prep for Colour Collection will release April 1st and consist of  brand new MAC Prep + Prime Fortified Skin Enhancers that sport an SPF 35.  This, my friends, I can get on board with!

Check it!

MAC Prep + Prime Fortified Skin Enhancers is a tinted skin primer formulated with soft-focus powders to help even out skin tone and add radiance. Lightweight and invisible, it goes on under foundation or powder for a naturally perfect look and subtle glow. Helps protect against pollution and UV rays.

Available in three tints:

  • Illuminate adds radiance to a sallow complexion
  • Neutralize calms a red, blotchy complexion
  • Adjust brightens dull skin

MAC Prep + Prime Fortified Skin Enhancer SPF 35 contains hyaluronic acid, sugar kelp and other powerful moisturizing essence extraction that can instantly add moisture to the skin, immediately activate the skin moisture absorption in order to keep the skin supple for a long time.

  • More than 8 kinds of water-efficient lasting components, lasting up to 12 hours to combat loss of moisture and dry skin phenomenon.
  • More than 8 types of high-performance sunscreen ingredients at offer protection against UVA / UVB ultraviolet rays so that no gap can affect the skin.
  • MAC worldwide exclusive ingredients to instantly smooth the skin and heal defects.
  • MAC exclusive technology for skin sebum excess absorption. Can inhibit the sebum to appear on the complexion and leaves a sense of dry skin.
  • Squalene, Vitamin E and Vitamin B5 to provide the most nourishing and comfortable feeling for your skin. Has anti-oxidants and anti-aging components that fight free radicals.

Three kinds of color – precision to create the perfect color for a good healthy complexion.

Shades available:

  • Purple (dull yellowish color can be modified to allow an immediate skin white, bright, good-bye dark complexion)
  • Peach (if your skin is excessively pale you should choose peach color Cream, creating the natural sweetness of the skin color)
  • Yellow (responsible for modification of allergic skin, rashes that can instantly correct the color, so that the skin presents a natural luster)

However, from what I read this is exclusive to Asia? Lord, I surely hope not!

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Comments

  • Tavia

    This product is available only in Asia. It’s the only product from the Prep for Colour collection that is exclusively for Asia. 🙂

    • the Muse

      damn you broke my heart Tavia 😀 Must track it down from Japan than! I really want the primers 🙂

  • Rena

    I’m both scared of and intrigued by the Purple. I love purple (esp. eyeshadow) but it still makes me worried that my entire face will be as purple as the One Eyed One Horned Flying Purple People-Eater….

    • the Muse

      purple is great for brightening up dull skin rena 🙂 I use a lilac primer to take my skin tone down a notch 🙂 hehe no worries you won’t look like the one eyed one horned flying purple people eater, promise 😀 mostly ghostly probably as it ends up lightening your skin hehe!

  • Nia

    Yes, I read most of these are Asia-only…. And for a collection they could have promoted them outside of Asia as well.

    Bo, MAC.

  • Anissa

    Please ignore that comment. I misunderstood, ex-Asia. It is an Asia exclusive. Sorry!

  • Aimee

    Luckily I think I’m spending a year or so in Taiwan after I graduate in the spring so I can try this out!