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  • For highlighting purposes you can wet a brush and use this, I think it is best when used with a wet brush or sponge, but a wet brush will suffice, and just dab small amounts on the area you want to accentuate or highlight, and let the stuff dry as it doesn't dry really quick, just wait about 10 minutes to let the entire area go dry
  • This is a great product which I will definitely buy when all is gone and I rate this product a 9

    • by jbs
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      Mac Pearlmatte Face Powder is not a face powder alone, it can be used as partial face powder and full blush powder as well. This is set in 4 colours, cream, bronze, brown, and pink blush. This powder set can be used altogether for best results, you can rub a Kabuki brush in one circular motion, getting all the colours, then brush them on your face as powder or as a blush-on.

      All the colors can be used for highlighting or accentuating areas of your face like your cheeks, lids, and eyes. I mainly use this as a blush-on, since when blended altogether, they do produce a soft glittery hue that looks really natural on your cheek, the cream color highlights your cheeks, the brown and


      bronze color gives accent and the pink color gives your cheeks a rosy hue, this is truly a perfect combination for a blush-on and I had truly almost squealed at Mac’s ingenuity when the saleslady told me it’s purpose, 4 colors for one blush-on color!

      The facial powder/blush-on is moist yet still dusty and glittery, it has lots of glitters, which will make your face not really shiny or sparkly, but just with a tiny hint of glint on them, people won’t really know unless they look you up close, from afar the glitter won’t be visible, even from 5 feet actually. The texture is smooth and I kind of thought it would be rough, judging from it’s appearance, they looked kind of grainy but they were ...


      • actually smooth and dusty. Even when used with a wet brush the stuff doesn’t stick on your skin. The effect is natural old-rose hue with some accents from the whitish-cream powder, it does look natural and it is great because you can wear this alone without having to put on blush creams and more.

        For highlighting purposes you can wet a brush and use this, I think it is best when used with a wet brush or sponge, but a wet brush will suffice, and just dab small amounts on the area you want to accentuate or highlight, and let the stuff dry as it doesn’t dry really quick, just wait about 10 minutes to let the entire area go dry.

        It is easy to rinse and

        clean off, just use your eye makeup remover and all the color will be wiped off your face, just wash your face with a facial wash as there can still be chemicals and some residue still on your face. For those of you who doesn’t want to carry lots of pots and brushes on their bags then you can get this one, it serves as a facial powder and blush as one, but you’d have to have a Kabuki brush or a similar brush because obviously you can’t use your fingers when applying this, only when highlighting really small parts of your lids and eyes. This is a great product which I will definitely buy when all is gone and I rate this product a 9.




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