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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Blush -MAC -Mocha

on 12/12/2017 4:48:00 AM


Mocha blush is a classic. I’ve owned this several times and I’ve bought it for my mom. It’s a very wearable everyday pink. On me, it’s very neutral. It’s not peachy or yellow or blue. I personally don’t see the plum and it reads slightly warm on me. I have a hard time with pinks, but I love this one.
The formula is amazing. It’s Pigmented and buildable and blendable. My mom struggled with hard pan but I never have. I’m not sure what she and I do differently.
I love that I can get it in a pan and pop it in a palette.

Eye Shadow -MAC -Paint Pot in Painterly

on 12/10/2017 11:57:00 PM


One of my favorite MAC eye shadow.
Simply put this is an awesome color. I can make dramatic eyes with darker colors in the corner or keep it soft and simple with this all over lid and wedge in crease.

Moisturizers -MAC -Strobe Cream

on 12/10/2017 8:19:00 PM


How come no one talks about the strong perfume in this? I couldn't believe my nose when I took a whiff of this product: it smells like a disinfectant bathroom cleaner, absolutely disgusting. I used it on top on my cheekbones, under and over foundation, and saw zero difference. Not even a glimpse of a glow. It didn't matter, because I would never use such a strongly perfumed cosmetic on my face. Companies need to get a clue.

Eye Shadow -MAC -Pro Longwear Paint Pot in Vintage Selection

on 12/10/2017 10:27:00 AM


I love this color. I bought this so I could use it to brighten up eyelid and wear with a liner for occasions where I want to look polished. I wear little makeup. My daily make up is lining my eyes, mascara plus mac retro lipstick. My makeup routine when I do a full face - mac studio fix powder + foundation in nc41, Bobbi Brown peach corrector, Bobbi Brown Jet eye pencil with mascara and mac retro lipstick (or) some neutral lip color. Only after a year on this routine did I start to use a blush. But my routine was more or less minimal back then. So, I wanted to up this a little bit when I'm going out. So, I purchased this vintage selection eyeshadow as I was looking for a brightening color with a little shimmer but unnoticeable. This was when painterly was becoming all the rage. I did not want to have two products one for covering pigmentation and another paint pot for brightening. So I bought Vintage Selection. It is a beautiful champagne color that instantly brightens your lid. I'm nc41 or Bobbi Brown natural tan 4.25. It applies sheer or heavy depending in how you use. A sheer application also brightens eye but my lid pigmentation may peek through. Now I wear this on top of taupe cream eyeshadow by Bobbi Brown and this one appears as a true beautiful champagne. I didn't like it much with a tan and it looked too white/silvery when I was dark. So, think about this before you buy one. It applies beautifully with fingers and it is easy to blend.
Pros :
1. Easy to apply with fingers
2. Beautiful color
3. Good pigmentation
None for me.

Amazing product. Highly recommend.

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Eye Shadow -MAC -Pro Longwear - Uninterrupted [DISCONTINUED]

on 12/10/2017 2:29:00 AM


I'm so lucky I bought a pan of this right before the Pro Longwear shadows were discontinued! It's a beautiful ochre shade that is surprisingly versatile! I love to use it in the crease with olive, green, teal, red and gold shades on the lid. It's very similar to MUFE M660 Speculoos, only Uninterrupted is a bit deeper and more yellow. Definitely worth having in your collection, whether it's the original or a dupe. It doesn't look like it would be flattering on my cool toned NW20 skin, just looking at the pan, but it transforms into something totally soft and blendable on the skin.

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