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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Lipstick -MAC -Cremesheen - Creme in Your Coffee


I bought this lipstick and I had never tried a creamsheen from mac before and I love it! It still gives great colour pay off. I am an nw15 and I was told the colour compliments my skin tone and it does!

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Eyeliner -MAC -Fluidline Eye-Liner Gel in Blacktrack


Great eyeliner. Very stable, last for a full day.

Skincare - Face -MAC -Prep and Prime Fix+


I love this product very much, especially with the combination of the studio fix makeup which last for a full day most of the time.

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Powder -MAC -Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation


This one is a must-have on my makeup kit. I don't use much makeup on a daily basis and this one is definitely doing its job when it comes to basic coverage. I love it.

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Pressed Powders -MAC -Mineralize Skin Finish Natural - Medium Plus

on 8/20/2018 1:06:00 AM



I bought this last year to use over my liquid foundation to set and give a more luminous finish. I've finally realized liquid foundation is not for me and switched to wearing powder foundation only. I have some acne scarring that I want to cover up but still let my skin breathe. I moisturize and put this on and it covers my scars wonderfully, even better than liquid foundation. I've found that this lasts throughout the day without touching up.

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