Giveaway: MAC To The Beach

To the Beach releases this week (swatches are here and here because I didn’t get all of the enormous collection done in one day).  Fittingly, the weather in Dallas has also gotten quite tropical, so this week, I’m giving away a brand new Bronze Body Oil and Weekend Cream Bronzer.

Here’s how it works:

  • This giveaway starts today and ends Sunday, May 30, at midnight.
  • You can enter once per day. (If you enter more than once per day, only the first entry will be counted.)
  • This giveaway is open to readers anywhere in the world.
  • A winner will be selected at random from the valid entries.
  • To enter, leave a comment on this post, and please tell me a great priming product. Primer for lids, undereye, lips, face — I’m just looking for some good new ones to try, so tell me what it is, where you use it, and what it does for you.

Winners will be contacted by email, so please use an email address you check (addresses will be hidden, and will not be used for any purpose other than contacting the winner).

Good luck!

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577 Responses to “Giveaway: MAC To The Beach”

  • Adelita says:

    Oh stupid me, how can I forgot to mention those nice primers for MMU users?!
    Well, here it goes… :)

    - Velvet-Gel Silica by Fyrinnae:
    The most oil-controlling primer from Fyrinnae, also the only primer in MMU range that I’ve tried that not in powder form (it’s more like gel-alike). But unfortunately it’ll leave white cast if you put too much. For more fool-proof application, their Powder Primer instead :D .

    - Tinted Oil-Control Primer by Silk Naturals:
    Calcium carbonate & silica? Best things to keep me shine-free! Also available in untinted version.

    - Divine Oil-Control Powder by http://www.adornedwithgrace.com :
    The ingredients is almost similar with Tinted Oil-Control Primer by Silk Naturals but with kaolin clay in addition, even better!

    - Powder Primer by Fyrinnae:
    I used to swear by this stuff before fyrinnae launch their velvet silica gel, great if your skin is normal to combination, but if you’re an oily girl like me, choose velvet silica gel instead

    - Finishing Powder Oil Control:
    Yeah, yeah, I know it’s an finishing powder, but there’s no rules in MMU! :D
    You can switch your finishing powder as a primer, vise versa. (This is a kaolin clay, absorb oil nicely)

    …and last but definitely not the least…

    - MUFE HD Microfinish Powder:
    My holy grail l/p!!! This stuff is a miracle in a jar! After I’ve tried it for the 1st time, I never, ever, put my make up without dusting this lovely powder on my skin. I usually use this as a setting powder if I’m using liquid foundie, but if I’m in the mood for MMU, I use this as a finishing and also as a primer to add the “slip” effect, so I can put my loose foundie more easily & evenly. Great stuff, gosh, I luuurrrvvv velvety feels of silica powder on my skin!

    So sorry Karla if my comment posts always too long…, I just want to state it clearly…. :D

  • Ester says:

    I loooove UDPP!!!

  • emma says:

    Shiseido Sunscreen is a great face primer. The new SPF 60 feels great on my skin. Has just enough moisture.

  • Lena says:

    I love Art Deco eyeshadow base!!!

  • Adelinky says:

    My favorite primer for the face would be LM oil-free face primer. It holds my foundation in place and it’s just the perfect consistency :)

  • Ameenah says:

    I love, love, love Clarins Beauty Flash Blam as a primer for the face. It gives me a glowy, healthy look and keeps my foundation on all day!

  • Amy says:

    For lids I love MAC Paint in bare canvas. Haven’t found one that I absolutely love for the face yet. My skin is really sensitive to silicones and most I’ve come across seem to contain them. Bare Escentuals does have an oil control one that I’m really tempted to try though.

  • Holly says:

    I love Too Faced Primed and Poreless – gives a really flawless look under makeup or on its own. And, of course, UD Primer Potion for my lids.

  • Andrea says:

    I like Dr. Brandt’s primer for a nice smooth base to apply makeup. It is similar to Lancome’s in my opinion.

  • Anitacska says:

    Too Faced Shadow Insurance + cream shadows

  • Emmy Bradley says:

    I like Benefit’s Lemonaid. I don’t think they advertise it as a primer, but I use it on my lids to even out the discoloration before my shadow, and it truely helps my shadow to stay on.

  • Eve says:

    UDPP! is the best! it doenst crease at all!

  • HT says:

    I’m currently using and loving UDPP!

  • Lee says:

    Too Face Primer. I don’t really use a face primer but need one for my eyes to keep the shadows on all day.

  • Anne says:

    I’ve been happy with the MAC paint pots I’ve tried, Painterly and Moss Scape.

  • Olivia says:

    I love MAC paint pots!

  • Daniela says:

    Sephora Lip Primer

  • Winnie says:

    my favorite eye primer is Urban Decay Primer potion because it makes my eyeshadows last all day compared to drugstore brands eye primers. A cost-effective face primer is ELF Mineral Face Primer for only $6 (or less during promotions) because when blended out, your face feels super silky and soft and it does help mattify the skin.

  • Kitty says:

    I love the elf Mineral Eye Primer! It’s cheap and it works!

  • Hofken says:

    Model’s Canvas is a great primer product

  • Erica says:

    Urban Decay Primer Potion will always be my fav!

  • Aida says:

    MAC prep + prime are fantastics!!

  • Leelee says:

    ELIZABETH ARDEN EYE FIX PRIMER.

    I never hear anyone talk about it, but it is my favorite eyelid primer ever!

  • Mel says:

    Smashbox photo finish primer is a standout for me . It gives a smooth base and makes my makeup goes on so flawlessly

  • Rozae says:

    Stila perfecting concealer!

  • noelleung says:

    i love UDPP & MAC paint pots

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