MAC Primed to Perfection

MAC, Primed for Perfection displayThere’s not a lot to show from the Primed to Perfection collection. The collection introduces the new Prep + Prime Vibrancy Eye ($30), a quick-fix-plus-long-term solution for tired, puffy eyes. It’s supposed to add luminosity and moisture, plus reduce undereye circles over time — but it’s not particularly swatchable.

There are also three shades of the new Prep + Prime Highlighter ($23). This click pen is something between a color corrector and a tinted highlighter. It’s been a while since I used YSL’s Touche Eclat, but my sales associate compared it to T.E. and described it as less emollient (meaning it sets better). My sales associate also recommended it as a corrector for someone who doesn’t want a lot of coverage (or correcting).

Light Boost is yellow (to correct purple); Bright Forecast is peach (to correct blue); and Radiant Rose is pink (to correct green).

The sales associates I spoke to also said this might not be the right product for skintones NW43 and deeper. For deeper skintones, he recommended concealer, or MAC’s pro, full-coverage color correctors.
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I applied from click-pen-brush straight to arm, but the sales associate recommended buffing it out with a fluffy blender brush (like the 217).

Both the highlighters and the P + P Vibrancy Eye are for use under or over other makeup.

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