MAC Future Face Collection in Singapore

December 23, 2010
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MAC forges ahead with a three-in-one force: Powder, Foundation and Tinted Moisturizer altogether.

First, Studio Careblend/Pressed Powder blurs the line between skincare and makeup, with a pressed texture that beautifies as it benefits. Gives a sheer to medium, smooth, even coverage for a flawlessly soft and even tone with caring, comforting properties.

Studio Fix Fluid and Studio Moisture Tint SPF 15 shade extensions fill in all the gaps.

A broad, all-inclusive shade range means M·A·C Artists can cover everybody, one beautiful conquest at a time. Call your clients most in need of convincing, and watch what happens!

- MAC Cosmetics

Available here from February 2011, the items in this collection will be permanent additions to the existing MAC face makeup range. Below are the prices and descriptions of the MAC Future Face collection in Singapore:

STUDIO MOISTURE TINT SPF 15 (S$55)

  • Medium Plus Tan beige
  • Dark Plus Neutral tan beige

BRUSHES

  • 190 Foundation Brush (S$53)
  • 150 Large Powder Brush (S$78)

STUDIO CAREBLEND/PRESSED (S$39)

  • Light Soft pale beige
  • Light Plus Pale golden beige
  • Medium Soft creamy beige
  • Medium Plus Tan beige
  • Medium Dark Caramel beige
  • Medium Deep Rich golden tan
  • Dark Deep caramel
  • Dark Deep Rich golden bronze

Do note that the following shades are not available in Singapore, even though they are part of this collection:

STUDIO FIX FLUID SPF 15 FOUNDATION in N18, NW18, NW22, NW33, NW44, NW46, NW48, NW58

The MAC Care Blends Essential Oils didn’t make it to Singapore, despite being part of the Warm & Cozy collection. It does sound like the new pressed powders are made with them and will contain their skincare properties, though. For this reason alone, I’m very curious about the powders! :)

Image source: MAC Cosmetics Singapore


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2 Responses to MAC Future Face Collection in Singapore

  1. TheUndercoverGypsy
    December 23, 2010 at 11:42 pm

    Hey Mag! I’m with you on the powders too – also I’m a bit obsessed with pressed powders. In my land, pressed powder and a bit of lipstick can make the sun shine brighter :D

    • makeupmag
      December 30, 2010 at 1:08 pm

      Hi TUG,

      LOL! So, so true. I hope these powders will be pleasing. ;)

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