The MAC Makeup thread

Discussion in 'The Beauty Cupboard' started by Moe, Apr 2, 2003.

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  1. lucy92

    lucy92 Mod Squad Team Leader

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    i bought the mac lady gaga lipstick this weekend at my local macys store.
    its nice and comes in cute packaging.

    i read that she normally wears a very similar shade. i forget the name though!
     
  2. miu_miu

    miu_miu little soul

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    Gaga & Cyndi are limited edition but they'll be available for a year - check with your counter because there's always a rush when these things come out, but at least when the initial buzz is worn off they'll still be sold for a while. :flower:


     
  3. Jennyfer

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    Is it avaliable everywhere?
     
  4. Lamia

    Lamia Feels Like Heaven

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    What so you guys think about Blot Powder?
    I'm thinking about purchasing it,but I heard some people had broke out because of it,and I have pretty much sensitive skin...
     
  5. michyed

    michyed THE STRANGER

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    Does anyone know if MAC has any eyeshadow/paint pot colors similar to this?

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    wwd
     
  6. hautechild

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    I quite liked the blot powder. It definitely does what it's supposed to! It was very good at mattifying and it didn't make me break out either and my skin can be quite sensitive to breakouts, especially when using a product for the firs time. I stopped using it because I wanted something with a more coverage though.
     
  7. The_Ida

    The_Ida In Bloom

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    style.com

    ^_^
     
  8. michyed

    michyed THE STRANGER

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    ^Thank you dear :heart:
     
  9. thesiren

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    i was told by a MUA working the wang show that the greasepaint used will be apart of that big collection of GPs that's going to be released.
     
  10. flyme2themoon

    flyme2themoon In other words

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    Rodarte for MAC


    Source: WWD.com
     
  11. Belowen

    Belowen ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

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    OMGOMGOMGOMGOMG :buzz:
     
  12. hautechild

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    Wow! Definitely excited to see the Rodarte collaboration :buzz:
     
  13. jjbunny79

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    there is extra light in MAC's mineral loose foundation. had anyone tried that?
     
  14. lucy92

    lucy92 Mod Squad Team Leader

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    rodarte face chart for fall using the the mac collection

    nitrolicious.com
     
  15. Eimii

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    Sorry if this has been discussed earlier in the thread but, does anyone have any experience with MAC's face and body, for use on legs? MAC foundation tends to break me out so I doubt I'd use it for face and I'm happy with Chanel Pro Lumiere but I would love to use it for legs, my legs are so blotchy looking and the skintone is so uneven! Has anyone tried the foundation for their legs?
     
  16. The_Ida

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    ^Face & Body does not break me out, ever. It is very very light and you can't feel it at all. I haven't used it on my legs though.
     
  17. mermaidsandcats

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    Does anyone else have problems with the black haired face brushes from MAC?
    I recently got a 131 and while the white hairs are very soft I can't buff the products in with the black hairs because they are so scratchy on my face.
    The same happened to me with a 109 brush that I ended up swapping away.
    The white haired brushes are soft enough, as well as the 165. Oh and I buy all of them 100% authentic, just so you know that I am not complaining about the quality of fakes :wink:
     
  18. iLoveCouture

    iLoveCouture catch me if you can

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    ^ I got the buff brush b/c I was having the same issue with my BareMinerals buffer brush. I used a brush cleaner on it and it softened it a bit, but over time with use it has gotten softer.
     
  19. roisin

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    Eimii, I have used the face & body on my legs before and I like it. I only ever use it if I'm going out & wearing something short, as I have bruises on my really white legs and it's a bit unsightly (I have no idea how I get them! :() They don't completely cover them, but it does a decent job. Like The_Ida said, it's very light. Also, I break out with MAC foundation as well, but face & body doesn't do anything to my skin, so it hopefully shouldn't be a problem for you either :flower:

    Oh so it's out already? I thought it comes out in march? :huh:
     
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  20. katherine

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    Hi guys. I usually wear my Russian Red lipstick with a red liner but I've been told recently to try it with a clear liner I can get at the local drug store? Apparently to prevent the lipstick from bleeding. I've never had that problem before but was wondering if a clear liner is the way to go opposed to a red one? :flower:
     
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