Friday, November 2, 2012

MAC Pro Products!

Hey Everyone!

     I am so excited about MAC's latest release of the Pro collection. MAC is focused on their incredible color range; they vary from matte to shimmer finishes and come in every shade imaginable. MAC Pro is for the professional makeup artists. The line used to be available on the exclusive MAC Pro website; you had to have a card to purchase the products. Now, they have finally released it to the public. See my Pro must haves in the following list.
 Sour Lemon is the prime example of why MAC was hesitant to release their pro line. You might not wear a bright lime green every day, but if you love color, this is the perfect one. This would be stunning with Vibrant Grape in the crease, it really makes a statement. 

Ground Brown will appeal to a larger range of consumers who are interested in the everyday natural look. This could be used as eyeliner during the day or in the crease for a smoked out look at night. I love the multi-use colors like these, they make everyone's morning routine a lot simpler. 

If you want a long wearing, pigmented lip color, lip erase is for you. This neutralizes the color of your lips, making the color on top more opaque. This is nice to have for professional artists, but a dab of concealer will do the trick as well. 

MAC's Set Powder may be the best kept secret. There is so much product included in this, it will last you forever. I love translucent powders, but they can make your skin seem ashy. That is not the case with the Set Powder; it leaves a soft, silky finish and extends the foundation wear time.

The key to creating runway ready cheekbones is a good contour color. MAC's Sculpting powders are fairly fool-proof if you get them in the right color. Sculpt is amazing for lighter skin tones, you really can't go wrong. If you want a sharper contour or have darker skin tones, Shadester is one of my favorites.

One of MAC's bestsellers is the huge range of Pigments. You can mix them in with clear polish to make a semi-matte nail polish, mix it in with a gloss, or use them wet/dry for an eye look. One of my favorites is Blonde's Gold.  I used this on just about every client and forgot to repurchase it. Blonde's Gold is the perfect lid color for a put together look that does not appear like you are trying too hard. It is classy, polished, and timeless. Those traits put together make a pretty impressive product.
Heritage Rouge is another favorite pigment of mine. This is a gorgeous deep brown-ish plum with silver shimmer in it; could it sound any prettier? This is perfect as an all over lid color for a smoky look; it can be applied heavier at the lash line and then blended out as a simple monochromatic look. 

That finishes my MAC Pro Must Haves. Make sure to follow, and tell me in the comments if you have tried the pro products before. Feel free to request reviews/tutorials in the comments as well, and check out our contact us page for more information! Thanks for reading!


Laurenlovesmakeupxoxo said...

That looks like a amazing collection!:)

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