MAC Magically Cool Liquid Powder

MAC, Magically Cool Liquid PowderMAC’s Magically Cool Liquid Powder first debuted in the Venomous Villains collection (and most people were reminded of Prescriptives’ Magic Liquid Powder). Now Magically Cool Liquid Powder is back on a permanent basis.

The water-based, cooling loose powder comes in three shades: white/pink highlight Truth and Light (though my photo didn’t capture the pink shine), light pink Honey Rose, and bronze Cajun. Truth & Light and Cajun go on pretty smoothly; I felt that Honey Rose was harder to blend. MAC suggests that MCLP should be used to set foundation; I would think all three shades are too sparkly for that.
MAC, Magically Cool Liquid Powder, swatches, Truth & Light, Honey Rose, Cajun, KarlaSugar, Karla Sugar
Last time I made swatches, I used a triangle sponge. This time I used brushes. MAC suggests a 187 “skunk” brush for application… I guess to pick up less product.

Each .84 oz (24 g), sifter-topped jar is $29.50.

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5 Responses to “MAC Magically Cool Liquid Powder”

  • Jen says:

    Yeah, these don’t seem to me like they would be great for setting make-up…. I do want to try them though just to see what they feel like.

    Doubt I’ll drop $30 on it though.

  • angie says:

    truth and light can be used to set makeup-it looks best on pale, drier skintypes for that purpose, cajun is a great bronzer and also a blush on deeper skintones, honey rose is a stunning highlighter. i like using laura mercier’s duo fiber fan brush to apply it to the high points on my face. you need a really loose brush to apply it-never buff this product, rather lay it on the skin. honey rose is a toned down soft and gentle, but still quite intense. the watery texture helps it meld into your skin, but the fact that it’s a powder means it stays put all day! i didn’t think i would be into this product, but it’s truly amazing and gorgeous!

  • Diana says:

    I agree with the comment about about not using this to set makeup. Cajun looks like it may be a nice product to bronze with. I do not know if I want to shell out 30.00 for it, but they really are pretty finishes.

  • Stefani says:

    These seem so cool but maybe a little gimicky. Really how much is a water based powder going to moisturize your skin? Does splashing water on your face moisturize your skin? hm…

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