Wednesday, December 26th, 2007

Both Sculpt & Shape and Moisturelush launches are available for purchase on, as well as in-stores (and good luck to those who brave the post-Christmas shoppers!).

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18 thoughts on “MAC Cosmetics – Sculpt & Shape; Moisturelush Available Online

  1. Lone

    Hi!! Could you give me a review of the eye cream??

  2. Sara

    is the sculpt and shape worth getting? x_x i have so much in my basket already i’m just so torn

  3. Lindsay

    Yikes, that picture for the moisturelush is terrible! The Sculpt and Shape is fun though.

    Finally my bank account gets a break from MAC! They came out with so much stuff this year that my shopping has been non-stop!

    • lol! I ended up with Moisturelush for the face, but I already bought the PRO versions of Sculpt & Shape, so I’m at least saved from more December purchases, lol!

  4. Lori

    hey Christine–

    I’m interested in the sculpt and shape duos but am wondering if its necessary to get them both (ie if I missed these and got them in pans forms). B/c I think I’d rather just sculpt (which will be hard enough for me as it is) than get some highlight.

    I will check them out in person tomorrow but am worried they’ll say “of course get the duo” but I’m wondering how to use the lighter side/if even at all? I’m about NW15 and was leaning toward the accentuate duo.

    Any advice is greatly appreciated!

    • Hey Lori!

      No, it isn’t necessary to get them both. I like the shaping powders (those are the highlighters), but I really adore Sculpt because it’s the perfect contour color for me. I have a zillion highlighters (and always getting more), so I don’t find them as must-have as the sculpting powders.

      Sculpt might be too dark on NW15, so make sure to try it out!

  5. victoria

    I GOT MINE!!! i am sooo happy. i love it. i tried to get blushes for contouring but i think i wasn’t doing it right because it looked like a blob of matte dirt on my face. i got the lightest sculpt and shape because i was afraid i might experience the same thing and the dark one looked very close to the dark blush i purchased before, i think it was either taupe or emote. the texture is light and buildable which makes it easier for me to control and it has a satin finish. the highlighter is the same too. not too shimmery, light yet buildable. i think when i get the hang of it, i will get the next darker shade in the full size.

    • YAY! I’m so glad you’re loving it, Victoria! Taupe and Emote are both similar to Sculpt from the Accentuate/Sculpt duo. I have both (I think, lol), but I like Sculpt much more.

  6. victoria

    oh and i’m so happy getting this because my face is squarish roundish, i always say my face is like a big pancake. i NEED contouring since i got all the space to put color on. now all i have to wait is for the n collection. yeeeyy.

  7. Madeleine

    So…for me,fair skin (NW20-25 winter), which would be the most suitable.I have nice cheek bones (I’ve been told that over,and over again,must be sort of rare in this country LOL ).
    So far pigment and regular blush do the job.

  8. Joanna

    Ahhh! I know it’s sort of irrelevant to the featured product, but what lipstick/color is the model wearing on her lips? (Hi, it’s me again, with my pale-pink-lip obsession! Am going to go MAC tomorrow and still haven’t made my mind up!)

    • Kind of hard to tell as the light is slashed through it (and this is most likely VERY Photoshopped!). Nouveau-Frou is a pretty pale pink, though, from the Originals.