Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Mac Studio Tech Review

I am so sorry that I have not been keeping up, but I promise I am going to start really trying to get people into my blog. I love writing about cosmetics, and I hope you enjoy reading about what I have to say. With that said, I am obsessed with Mac Studio Tech. I am NC30, just for reference, and this foundation is amazing. Like I have said before, I have rosacea, and it is hard to find a foundation that doesn't flake or crack on my skin. I have been using Prime Time primer by Bare Escentuals, and at first I was really scared that the somewhat oily consistency of Studio Tech mixed with a silicon based primer would leave my skin looking really skiny, however I couldn't be more wrong.
So, I started my daily makeup regimen. I used Bliss Labs face wash, followed by Clean & Clear anti shine moisturizer, and then applied my Prime Time, and used Bobby Brown undereye concealer with setting powder. Then, I took out my Mac 190 brush and went to town. The texture of the foundation is amazing. It felt like silk on my skin.
The coverage is extremely buildable, and I was able to have sheer coverage on my forehead (since I don't really have any discoloration or problem skin there), and build a more intense coverage on my cheeks, which are red and bumpy.
After I was finished applying my Studio Tech, I used Bare Minerals Mineral Veil, and tada. I was good to go.
I couldn't be happier with this purchase. The only downside was the purchasing price, but I would have spent double, knowing how amazing it would be.
I am going to post a picture sometime later tonight or tomorrow, so check back to see it in person!

I told you I would post pictures, so here they are. I also did a little FOTD since I was bored. Enjoy.

Heres what I used:
Prime Time by Bare Escentuals Facial Primer
Mac Studio Tech in NC30
Bobby Brown Undereye Concealer in Warm Beige
Bare Minerals Mineral Veil
Mac Blush in Dollymix

Mac Paint Pot in Bare Study
Mac Pigment in Vanilla
Mac e/s in Goldmine
Mac e/s in Carbon
Mac Pigment in Dark Soul
Zoom Lash in Black
Mac e/l in Smolder

Mac C Thru l/g
Revlon RSVPINK l/g

1 comment:

seymone said...

Studio Tech looks really god on you. I would never guess u have redness on the cheeks.