Tuesday, 22 January 2013

MAC Wishlist

Hey there guys, at the moment I'm poor, and when I'm poor I like to make little wishlists and depress myself because I can't afford anything on it. Today, I went on the MAC website and have chosen a bunch of stuff I hope to get when I can afford too, and I thought I'd share them with you!

This is MAC's fluidline gel eyeliner in "Blitz and Glitz". I love gel eyeliners and I've heard amazing reviews on this, so I'm hoping I myself will enjoy it as much as everyone else. It's £14 and may be a small pot but it does last a long time.

Next up is the penultimate brow marker. I've had one of these before until I lost it, and I absolutely loved it! It's £15 which I don't think that it is that expensive for a MAC product considering how good it actually is.

This is a brow finisher, I've never thought about using one of these before, but I've heard they do help hold the brow in place, and are extremely useful. I'm quite excited to try this out to be honest considering it's not something I would usually purchase. This is slightly cheaper at only £12.50 and I'm hoping it's worth the money.

This is the studio sculpt foundation with an SPF of 15, I first heard about this from beauty blogger and youtuber Zoella (zoella.co.uk) and since I trust Zoe more than anything, I thought I'd try it myself. I absolutely adore her videos and I trust her recommendations. She's raved about this a lot, and yes, I just had to try it. This is definitely the number one product I want to get, as I do need a new foundation. It's long lasting and water resistant, which some foundations don't tend to be. Since I'm so pale, I have to get the lightest shade (NC15), and it rounds up to £24 which is quite expensive compared to a high street foundation, but is most likely worth it.

MAC's prep and prime transparent finishing powder/pressed reduces shine, while minimizing the look of lines and imperfections. Some products say they do this, but the majority don't, so I'm hoping this lives up to the high expectations I have for it. It's £19.50 but I've heard it's worth the money.

This isn't a makeup product, but is something on my list of necessities rather than things I just want. It's a brush cleaner, which cleans brushes a lot better than water (obviously). It's only £9.50, which I think is a pretty reasonable price. This product also helps shorten their drying time, which is good because I'm extremely impatient.

This is a matte-ifying cream that acts like a powder, It works best with the studio sculpt foundation, which is good considering it is the foundation I will be buying it with. I have a problem where my skin is rather oily, and I find matte products really do help keep the shine down, so this is a must have. It prices at £14 which I think is also a reasonable price.







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