MAC Studio Sculpt Defining Powder is a new item available now that comes in eight shades.
This powder provides a sheer coverage with a really light finish. It’s supposed to help correct uneven skin tone and never look powdery or cakey. It has a gel formula inside which infuses the powder with creaminess. It comes in shades Light, Light Plus, Medium, Medium Plus, Medium Dark, Medium Deep, Dark and Dark Deep and is $32.00.
It comes in a thin compact without a powder puff included, but it does have the standard mirror. The powder itself has a nice design imprinted on it.
Light is the lightest shade and it’s a very pale vanilla. If I had to guess I think my shade would be Light Plus, which is one down from this one.
Medium Plus is the 4th darkest shade, and it’s a medium, neutral beige.
Dark Deep is the darkest shade and it’s a dark tan shade.
Even though Light is too light for me, I wore it and I do like the finish. It really is extremely velvety and soft. It’s such a light finish it definitely doesn’t look too powdery on me, which I am not a fan of. I think it would make a nice powder for mid-day touch ups. I like it over concealer under my eyes because it doesn’t settle into my fine lines there as much as some other, heavier powders tend to.
These are available now on the MAC site.
Do you use a powder daily or find them too heavy or unnecessary?
Note: Not cruelty free