Review: MAC Studio Sculpt Defining Powder & Superblack Lash


Introducing two new Studio Sculpt products that are available now and feature innovative formulas for eyes and face.



MAC Studio Sculpt Defining Powder (30€) comes in 8 shades and offers sheer, barely there coverage. The one I received is named 'Light'.


The product looks very pretty, but I think you would agree that from this photo you can't really tell whether it's a compact foundation or a powder, right? It's hard to tell in real life too! Like...if I couldn't read, I would think it's a foundation. Anyway, that's the new gel formula MAC created.


I must say it's a bit hard to use. The coverage truly is really - really sheer! I'm the type of person who loves to use a lot of powder - possibly even too much powder, so the sheer coverage really isn't my thing. I'm sure some people would love it, though.

Also, the powder includes some very tiny particles of shimmer, so I believe it's not meant to be used all over the face. (Well, the name also says 'sculpt' and 'define', you know.) So in conclusion I'd say it's not something you'd need for daily use, but rather it could be used as a finishing powder/highlighter and darker tones as a bronzer or to contour maybe.

However, I love the package of this product. The mirror inside and the design as well! In my opinion it's one of the prettiest MAC product designs after their lipsticks! So...if you'd like to own a pretty looking MAC product that you could also use daily I would recommend their Pro Longwear Compact Foundation which has exactly the same packaging and is a good product overall. :)


Moving on to Studio Sculpt Superblack Lash (19€) which I happen to like a lot more. It's unique wand has two rows of bristles to separate, define, curl and lenghten lashes.


The new comb-like wand may take some time to get used to, but once you get familiar with it, it's actually really nice. :)


Since I'm wearing false eyelashes most of the time, I don't usually put much thought into my mascara, so I'm probably no expert on that topic. However, it has been a while since I last thought 'Oh, I really like this one.' when trying a mascara.

Fist of all, I like how applying it feels like combing your lashes. Secondly, I appreciate a natural looking mascara that doesn't clump. It does do a good job at separating lashes. Even if I wear false eyelashes, I really like how it makes my bottom lashes look. :)

It might not be the top mascara in terms of curling and lenghtening, but for me it's all I could ask for.


MAC Studio Sculpt collection also includes:
127 Split Fibre Face Brush (42€)
   
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10 comments

  1. That mascara looks great on you! The wand is very interesting. I've been wanting to get more into MAC products. Thanks for sharing! ^_^

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    1. Well, you should follow my blog then, because I'm planning to post more about MAC! ♥

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  2. What do you use for your eyebrows? Looks amazing!

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    1. Thanks! :) I use MAC Fluidline Brow Gelcreme in 'deep dark brunette'.

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    2. Noooo! I have the same, but it looks so different! D:
      Do you have a special brush?

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    3. Wow really?? Well i use an angled brush, if that's any help. It could also be that our eyebrows are different or something? Mine are really light and look almost nonexistent without drawing them. :o

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  3. Maybe my brush is not soft enough, I try a new one and hope the best..!
    Thanks for your answer! :D

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    1. You're welcome! Although now I'm really curious how different they could be then :D

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