MAC face and body foundation has been my foundation of choice since autumn. It works for me – it’s lightweight, easy to apply and blend, leaves skin looking flawless but natural and glowing.
It’s not the absolute perfect foundation – because it’s a glowy/moisturising finish, it does need to be set with powder and can need touching up towards the end of the day. It’s not a foundation for you if you like a matte finish.
|N2 on the right, C2 on the left.|
I now have two bottles of this, in shade C2 and N2 which I mix and match and blend together to suit my skin tone depending on how much fake tan I’m wearing/how pale I am. Shade N2 is the perfect match for my natural winter skin tone – this was matched by a MAC MUA at IMATS on a glance and is absolutely perfect. I wish I got the MUA’s name as he was fab, so friendly and helpful – despite the rugby scrum for attention going on around the MAC pro stand.
|MAC Face and Body foundation
finished with powder.
I apply the foundation by pouring a few drops onto the back of my hand and using my elf Flat Top Powder brush to apply and buff into skin. I need to order another of those – definitely my number one brush, but it’s getting a bit ‘falling apart’ now.
I definitely recommend MAC F&B if you want a foundation that looks like a natural version of your skin, but better with coverage that is light to medium but does take some building (if you want heavy coverage then this isn’t the one for you). I also think that F&B is good, 120ml for £23.50 – it’s a big bottle of product and I have read reviews that the foundation tends to go off before you run out of product, it’s that big.
Bought by me.