Thursday, 19 May 2016

MAC Prep & Prime - Bright Forecast Review



I ordered this product completely by accident online. I wanted the shade that everyone had been raving about online. People used to use these MAC Prep & Prime sticks all the time in videos and I really wanted it in the colour Light Boost but I went to do my MAC order when I was at work and ordered the shade Bright Forecast. But it turned out to be a happy accident.

This whole range of MAC Prep and Prime highlighters I think are absolutely incredible. I use them for highlighting on the face and they work like a gem. I really cannot speak highly enough about these products.

This review is about the Prep & Prime stick in the shade Bright Forecast. This is a really light pink/peach colour which I find great for colour collecting. I tend to use this shade underneath my foundation to help cover my dark circles. My dark circles aren’t really dark but they are noticeable to me. This pink/peach colour I apply in an upside-down triangle and blend out. It goes very sheer when it is blended which is perfect so the under-eye area doesn’t go heavy.

I also like to use this shade to conceal on my eyelids. Everybody's fine veins that are visible on the eyelids and this applies a nice layer of coverage to hide them before any eyeshadow is applied. It also gives something for eyeshadow to stick to and not move around on.

I like to use this shade as well on really light skin tones. When I am doing bridal make up and the bride has skin around an NC40 I will use this shade under the eyes as I find the yellow Light Boost to be too strong.

I couldn’t recommend this product any higher, it is a staple of my makeup bag and I have so many throughout my professional makeup kit. This with a MAC 130 blending brush is the most perfect combination in the world!

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