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A powder specially tinted to enhance natural bone structure and sculpt contours into the face. Immaculately shaded to create natural-looking shadow effects, the finish is sheer and matte.
1 Written Reviews
By Ana Maria 1 year ago.
MAC Sculpt is the ideal sculpting powder for my yellow toned light-medium complexion (NC20-25). It's cool enough, but not too gray. It's the kind of shade I was always looking for and once I found it, I never used anything else. The formula is very buildable, so I can work with it both when I'm the fairest and when I get some color in the summer months. It's medium stiffness in the pan, which I like with contour shades. With stiff brushes I get better pigmentation and some fallout; with fluffier brushes I get a sheer pigmentation and almost no fallout. The matte MAC cheek powders usually go a long way, even with regular use (I keep my collection very streamlined, so I get lots of use from my products) I barely hit pan by the 2 years mark. It's such a versatile product, that I can use for contouring the cheeks, use it as a neutral blush or even use it to sculpt my crease (although it would also make a great all over the lid shade for very natural looks). I actually find this performs better in the crease than most MAC matte eyeshadows. The powder applies wonderfully on most foundations I tried (if set with powder), but it's as long lasting as the foundation; if the base moves, this moves with it.