MAC Mineralize & Strobe

I’m a big fan of MAC Strobe Creams – I use them often to either under a BB base or mixed into foundation to give a glow boost, and it really works, too. I remember all the backstage excitement when the MAC artists were experimenting with new shades that may or may not ever come into full production. I forget which shades didn’t make the grade but Redlite Strobe was an absolute winner. The body lotion is Opalite (£25) that just puts an opalescent, silvery sheen onto your skin without making you all glittery. It’s subtle but beautiful – and an any age product for summer skin. What’s lovelier than gleaming skin in the evening light?  The Prep + Prime Fix+ is in Pinklite or Goldlite (soft pink and champagne gold iridescence respectively) and is £19.

MAC Mineralize & Strobe

There’s a new Extra Dimension Skin Finish in Whisper of Gilt (£25.50) – I don’t need to explain the light bounce on this – you can see it – and this is on a dull day!

MAC Mineralize & Strobe

At the same time as a reminder of the liquid strobes, there is a new, limited edition collection of Mineralize Blush as well as Strobe. Four Skinfinishes – the one I have here is Warm Aura (£25.50) and eight Mineralize Blushes (£23), with Hey Coral Hey showing above.

MAC Mineralize & Strobe

Hey Coral Hey is perfect for that slightly Frida Kahlo style blush – a flush of bright that’s perfect for high summer; tropical and vibrant.

MAC Mineralize & Strobe

Warm Aura surprised me by being less pink than I was expecting – it’s nuances of peachy pink, tan peachy pink, tea rose and cool toned rose. The overall result is a kind of brown pink sheen.

MAC Mineralize & Strobe

In the swatch (over Strobe Body Lotion that you can just see glinting) it’s Whisper of Gilt, Warm Aura and Hey Coral Hey. Nice, hey? Everything is HERE.

 

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