Tuesday, 31 May 2016

MAC Sculpting Powders Review


I have previously done a post on the MAC Shaping Powders and now this is the other half of the review about the MAC Sculpting Powders. Like I said in my previous post, I don’t buy into making these pallets like the Kat Von D shade and light, as much as I like them, it hurts my feels when you use all one shade and you have to re-buy a whole pallet.

So I got these 3 shades and I have to say I absolutely love them all for different uses and I use each one every single day. They all have different undertones so they are all perfect in different ways for various areas of the face.

The first MAC Sculpting Powder that I have is in the colour ‘Sculpt’. This is the lightest shade out of all the powders that are available. I like to use this on a tapered powder brush, such as the Real Techniques Blush Brush. Because this brush has a tapered top it disperses the products and blends it in seamlessly to the rest of the face. I am quite liberal with this product and I don’t particularly contour with it I just deepen up the outer areas of the face.


Then to contour I will go in with the next Sculpting Powder in my pallet which is in the colour ‘Shadester’. This is a mid-tone out of the whole range. It has a real depth to it which makes it perfect for contouring the face as it hasn’t got orange undertones, it is very grey. Which is perfect for the appearance of shadows casting on the face.

The final one that I have in my pallet is the shade ‘Shadowy’. This is the darkest shade out of the whole range and I use it so carefully that I think I will never run out of it, but I do love the shade and use it nearly every day. For days when I really want to look chiselled I will use this. I take a small amount on a small blending brush like a MAC 217 and apply just where I want more deepness. Then I go back in with my Real Techniques Blush Brush and blend it out. So it has the depth but is still subtle.

I recommend to everyone creating your own pallet rather than buying readymade ones. It may be more expensive in the long run but you exactly the colours which you want and nothing will end up getting wasted.


If you have any questions, please be sure to leave them below and I will get right back to you. Also, I will leave links down below to some of my favourite sculpting powders!




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