wearing MAC pro Longwear Bronzing Powder in nude on Board
I love bronzer. Ich tue. and I wear it practically every single day to give my skin some extra warmth and definition. For sculpting, the general guideline (of course, guidelines are implied to be broken) is to apply it to the areas of your face that naturally recede, like the hollows of your cheeks or your temples, and also to enhance your popular places, and the areas of your face that you’d like to make much more popular (sometimes with the help of a highlighter), which are typically cheekbones, brow bones and the bridge of your nose.
Der Mac Hey, Sailor! collection features four limited edition powder bronzers, two in the MAC Bronzing Powder line ($24 each in Soft Sand and refined Golden), and two MAC pro Longwear Bronzing Powders ($28 each in nude on Board and sun Dipped).
This week I took two of them out for a spin, the Bronzing Powder in Soft Sand and the pro Longwear Bronzing Powder in nude on Board, the later being the one that really caught my eye.
Now, I’ve used the MAC Bronzing Powders before and like them just fine, but I do choose some of MAC’s other bronzers, namely the Careblend Powders from last year’s surf baby collection, which feel smoother to me, with finer grains and, to my eye, I think they look much more natural on my skin.
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We didn’t get any new Careblends this time around (bummer), but that doesn’t imply MAC left us in the lurch. I think we got something equally terrific in the pro Longwear Bronzing Powders, and I’ve been obsessively using and loving nude on Board, one of the two Hey, Sailor! Longwear shades, this entire week.
The MAC Bronzing Powder in Soft Sand and pro Longwear Bronzing Powder in nude on Board
Pro Longwear Bronzing Powder in nude on Board ($28)
I love the way this bronzed yellow’s sheen works with my NC42 skin. like last year’s Careblends, the finish looks flawless, and the lightweight formula blends easily on bare skin and atop foundation.
Oh, and so far, no breakouts (knock on wood!).
MAKEUP and charm blog RATING: A (an A+ if my skin stays clear)
Bronzing Powder in Soft Sand ($24)
I’ve also worn Soft Sand a few times this week, one of the two Hey, Sailor! powders from MAC’s Bronzing Powder line, and I like it just fine.
No problems blending, and I think it looks natural, but it also feels a little grainier and takes a couple much more minutes to blend. It’s a fine bronzer, but I think you get a lot for the extra $4 MAC charges for the pro Longwear Bronzers.
Makeup und Charme Blog Bewertung: B
Pro Longwear Bronzing Powder in nude on Board, $24
Pro Longwearing Bronzing Powder in nude on Board
Bronzing Powder in Soft Sand, $24
Nude on Board (left) and Soft Sand (right)
MAC describes the Bronzing Powders as lightly frosted, tinted powders to give skin sheer, natural color and highlights, and they recommend them for enhancing and strengthening a tan. They describe the pro Longwear Bronzing Powders as being comfortable, with flawless sheer-low transparent coverage and a long wear time.
Basically, I agree on both counts.
Pro Langwäsche Bronzing-Pulver in nackt an Bord und raffiniertes Golden; Mac zum Strandkörperöl in Mannstrahlen und Meer
Wearing MAC pro Longwear Bronzing Powder in nude on Board
Both bronzers and the rest of the Hey, Sailor! collection are available now online at maccosmetics.com and arrive at MAC counters and stores may 24.
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