I own about 20 MAC lipsticks. The amplified lipsticks are very comfortable to wear and non-drying. Beautiful intense colour pay off with a creamy texture. Touch ups are however necessary as the texture formula is not as long wearing.
I have the shades ruby woo and relentlessly red. Great pigmentation and colour payoff. The formula is however very dry (but long lasting). Lip exfoliation is very important before applying these lipsticks.
I have about 8 bottles of this stuff and it is fantastic. I have dry skin and it provides a full coverage matte finish. My only issue is that it sometimes catches on dry patches, but if I mix in some MAC Essential Oils its perfect! So versatile!
One of my holy grail foundations, I normally use this in NC15 and Estée Lauder double wear in 1w1. I have oily combination skin, this foundation lasts well with a good primer and setting powder. This foundation also has a great shade range!
Love this! I use it to prime, to foil eyeshadows, to refresh makeup and to set makeup and take away the cakey powdery finish that comes from setting liquids with powders, bronzers etc. Any skintype can use!
This is the most coverage i have ever seen in a powder. I love to use it alone over a primer for full coverage that rivals liquid foundation. I have dry skin so I apply a lot of moisturiser first. But its amazing for touch ups throughout the day or to give a flawless finish on top of any liquid foundation.
This powder has a sheen to it, it reflects light to give a blurred effect to the skin. It will work on top of ANY liquid foundation without looking cakey. Its hard to wear alone, but for sheer coverage will be fine!
My most used MAC lipstick is definitely see sheer. It is perfect for work/uni. The lipstick is very moisturising and applies easily. The colour payoff is buildable. I love the fact that I can apply lightly for a natural tinted look or build it up to a full intense lip.
These wear so long, are creaseless and waterproof. I mainly use them underneath eyeshadow (especially Painterly and Soft Ochre) but they are just as beautiful used alone as an easily blendable shade on the lid.