MAC Cosmetics – Solar Field & Future Earth Review

OVERALL, Solar Bits are intriguing, and I think people have to play with them before they can decide they like them–they do seem fairly loose and chunky, which makes them difficult to work with. I intend to try a look today using Black Ore, so we’ll see how that goes. My store didn’t have the mask (I don’t think it’s launching, unfortunately!), and I couldn’t locate the Exfoliator, either. Besides, it’ll be hard to judge just by looking–can’t really swatch skincare! The lip exfoliator is fun, though, and it’s meant to be used as a whole, not half a side at a time.  It really does make your lips feel ultra smooth and conditioned!  (You can see more swatches of Solar Bits here!)

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MAC Cosmetics – Solar Field Color Story, Product Photos and Images

Solar Field | May 29, 2008 (Int’l June 2008)

Temptalia brings you this EXCLUSIVE look at Solar Field coming at you this Summer. Please enjoy & credit responsibly. And make sure you share your thoughts and potential hauls!

Solar Bits combines concentrated amounts of powder pigments and pearlized particles to deliver vivid colour and intense shimmer with a soft, smooth, velvety finish.

Solar Bits ($19.50)

  • Sunpower Light metallic tan with gold pearlized pigments
  • Scatterrays Soft metallic peach with gold pearlized pigments
  • Black Ore Rich black with gold pearlized pigments
  • Bronzescape Yellow brown with gold pearlized pigments

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