Wednesday, May 4, 2011
MAC Magically Cool Liquid Powder
"You've longed for it and now it's captured: MAC Magically Cool Liquid Powder. This feather-light, silky powder goes on with the refreshing impact of an ocean mist. What's more, this magical melange contains just enough optical blurring via it's light-diffusing pigments to render skin's surface into line-softened, natural luminosity. How magical is that?" I'm a bit surprised that this product wasn't released with the upcoming Surf Baby collection and then made permanent after that, it would have been a perfect fit with the overall theme of that collection. Or I could just buy it with my products from Surf Baby. I am even looking for a new loose powder since I am finishing up my Make Up For Ever HD Powder.
Magically Cool Liquid Powder - A silky, feather-light powder, formulated with 70% water, dusts on to the skin as a cooling mist to set and enhance the look of any foundation. Beyond sheer: light-relfecting and translucent. A virtually invisible way to add luminosity and a soft radiant glow to the skin.
- Truth & Light - sheer shimmer that reflects silver and pink
- Honey Rose - sheer rosy beige with multi-dimensional shimmer
- Cajun - sheer bronze shimmer that relfects gold
187 Duo Fibre Brush - A large full circular brush used for lightweight application and blending of face powder or pigments. Use to create soft layers or add textures. Made from a soft blend of goat and synthetic fibers.
If these are the same shades that came out last fall, then I believe that Truth & Light was what was used on me. If it was then this is the shade that I am going to buy this time around. The texture of the powder is very light and fluffy and would be best used with a big fluffy brush. The texture actually feels cold when going on the skin and is very refreshing in the summer months. I used to use an Awake powder with this type of texture and they are very similar. I am having a hard time getting this powder now so I am very glad that I can buy this one easily from MAC.
photo courtesy of MAC