MAC Cosmetics (MAC standing for Make-up Art Cosmetics) was founded in Toronto, Ontario, Canada by Frank Toskan and Frank Angelo in 1984 with the assistance of chemist Vic Casale. The first U.S MAC store opened in 1991, in New York. The company's products were initially aimed at professional make-up artists, but are now sold to consumers worldwide. Estée Lauder Companies acquired a controlling interest in MAC in 1996, then completed their acquisition of the company in 1998.

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Recent MAC Reviews

Mascara -MAC -Haute & Naughty Lash

on 8/13/2018 9:06:00 AM


Yes one of the best

Lip Gloss -MAC -Lipglass in Prrr

on 8/12/2018 11:56:00 PM


So pretty!Great pigment!The perfect pink!

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Mascara -MAC -Zoom Fast Black Lash

on 8/11/2018 11:20:00 PM


This is the worst mascara I’ve ever used. The formula is so wet and runny. When I apply it, it runs into my eyes and starts stinging. So painful. Once my eyes water, the mascara starts running and I start to look like a raccoon. The brush and formula is nothing impressive - nothing that hasn’t been done before. The length and volume is average - nothing fancy. For the pain, price and results, I’ll have to pass. Not worth it.

Concealers -MAC -Pro Longwear Concealer

on 8/11/2018 10:10:00 AM


This used to be my favourite concealer (until tarte shape tape beat it). I still love it, i use it quite often still on days when I just don't feel like wearing the heaviness of the tarte concealer. You get a lot of product for the price, and a little bit goes a super long way. Just wish the pump didnt squirt out so much product!

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Bronzers -MAC -Mineralize Skinfinish in Sun Power

on 8/10/2018 11:42:00 PM

I love this! My best friend gifted this to me and even though it's a skinfinish powder, Sun Power makes a terrific "sun-kissed" blush.

MAC products are pigmented and this is no exception. The shade reads as a natural, bronze-y red-orange with a finish inbetween matte and satin. What I like to do is swirl my blush in the pan and then swirl the excess onto my arm before applying it to my face. Even though I use this as a blush, the powder is lightweight and finely milled, avoiding cakeface and has a second-skin finish. Really natural, and inimitable with other products.

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