Saturday, February 2, 2013

MAC Pro Conceal & Correct 4 Palette Review










Ok so this is my unofficial  review of the MAC pro conceal and correct palette. I am a big fan of color correctors of all sorts so no surprise when this came out I was VERY excited to indulge. At $40 it is a BIT
of a splurge.. however, WELL worth it. 

First let me start out by staying this palette has 6 cream products. 4 are concealers 2 are 
PRO color correctors. 

There are 4 versions of this palette. 



A professional palette of four Studio Finish Concealers - NC15, W10, NC20 and NW20 - and two Studio Finish Corrector shades in Pale Yellow and Pale Pink. 






 A professional palette of four Studio Finish Concealers - NC30, NW25, NC35, NW35 - and two Studio Finish Corrector shades in Mid-Yellow and Mid-Peach.



 NC40, NW40, NC42, NW43 - and two Studio Finish Corrector shades in Rich Yellow and Burnt Coral.





NC45, NW45, NC50, NW55 - and two Studio Finish Corrector shades in Ochre and Pure Orange.

I use Medium Deep for my skin tone See tutorial here 

I love the fact that they come with so many other concealers for you 
to mix and match together to get the BEST results. I have tried MANY correction palettes,
MAC Makeup Forever and Napoleon Perdis make a few of my favorites. They are my favorites for the reasong of having multiple colors or shades... I also like Josie Maran's Peach color corrector and concealer duo.

Some of my favorite things about my experience with the MAC Pro Conceal and Correct Palette 
are the texture and the pigmentation. A little goes a long way and it blends VERY well.. 

I also like the way it wears, light yet FULL coverage. I set my face with prep + prime and it
lasted a VERY long time... I also used Fix + to blend and mix my concealers

As per setting with the pre + prime | I applied the powder around 7 or 8pm it is now 3:23am (323 used to mean SO much to me. glad to see it is still with me) and my face has only been powdered twice... 

I'm currently a little shiny but the coverage is still full and I'm not TOO RED! Which means a lot coming from a former MAC miser... Oh god am I becoming a #MACGirl 

Foundation Used was Bobbi Brown Long Wear Warm Walnut 7.5 | http://bit.ly/Wmg7HC
DermaBlend | http://bit.ly/11gwZDD | BEST Setting Powder 


Here are a few photos of the process...






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8 comments:

  1. Lol you may be becoming a MAC lover! It definitely worked here! Will you be picking up the Duracover stack from Ben Nye to test?

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  2. It's looks super natural...like the only thing you're wearing is flawless skin! I will definitely treat myself to this TODAY! Thanks!!

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  3. This is going to be great for the spring and summer.

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  5. love it girl i just have to figure out which one do i need for my color.

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  6. Loved the post just wish they were in stock

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  7. LOVE - you're the reason I bought this bad boy! Cant thank you enough!!
    XoXo

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  8. How much are these?

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