Firstly I got the Mac studio careblend pressed powder in the shade Light Plus. This was recommended to me by one of the Mac artists and cost me £20. The formula is smooth and not at all chalky, I find it glides on the skin easily and doesn't stick to dry patches. It gives a nice natural matte finish that doesn't look cakey. Although having oily skin means that although it is long lasting it doesn't last all day and I do have to re-apply after 3-4 hours. But comparing to other powders I have used this lasts the longest.
The next product I picked up was the Mac Pro Longwear Concealer in NW15 which costs £15.50. I had been wanting this for a while now as I need a decent coverage concealer to cover my blemishes. This concealer has a good coverage, blends well and comes in a convenient pump. However the pump is very sensitive so I seem to always get more than I need, which wastes the product.
Finally I got a Mac Powder Blush in the shade Cubic, costing £18. At first I was only planning on getting a powder and a concealer, but the Mac artist put some blush on me and I loved it (I am easily persuaded) I love the colour, it is muted pinky peach satin blush and is very wearable. The colour lasts all day and the pigmentation is great!
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