MAC Select Sheer Pressed Powder Reviews
Product Type: MAC makeup
Newest Review: ... and the NC5 shade seems to be perfect for my pale skin. Mac select sheer powder is a micro fine sheer and silky pressed ... more
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Customer MAC Select Sheer Pressed Powder Reviews (6)
by - written on 21/09/11 (Very useful, 50 readings)
-- Reasons for buying -- I have recently purchased a new foundation, which is absolutely gorgeous. The only slight problem is that it tends to make my face look a little shiny. So I needed something that would prevent the shininess, but not dry my skin out, making it look really powdery. I've always been a fan of MACS products as they are always of really high quality. The only thing that prevents me from buying all their products is the price is a little to high for me to afford. I had read a lot of positive reviews before purchasing this product and thought it was worth a little extra money if its as good as people are making out. -- ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/11 (Very useful, 14 readings)
Its extremely hard finding a powder that works. I find that most powders leave orange or pink stains and streaks across your face leaving a fake look. But this powder is not like others - it is a miracle. This is the first powder I have actually used that helps me create a natural look. I found the smooth powder could be easily spread across your face and blended in a few swift movements. This is extremely helpful. As you don't have to spend ages - furiously blending those horrid streaks. Also I have found that the powder is very durable - it lasts all day! I never have once, needed to top up the amount of powder which is extremely pleasing. Also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/11/10 (Very useful, 66 readings)
I've been using the MAC Sheer Pressed Powder, off and on, for the past twelve months. It's not the only powder I use as I do have a wide variety of make-up products to choose from, but it is one of the powders I use more regularly. MAC is a brand that I trust and I've generally been impressed with the quality of the make-up and the range of colours and products on offer. I usually buy this powder from the Mac Counter at Debenhams and usually pay between £16 and £18. The powder actually comes in a range of shades so that you can accurately match it with your skin colouring. Having said that, I generally find it really difficult to know which shade to buy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/12 (Very useful, 55 readings)
I normally buy Mac Blot Powder, and this is the only pressed powder that I religiously use. The last time that I went to buy one from the duty free though they didn't actually have the shade in stock that I normally buy, medium. The sales assistant advised me to try the Mac Select Sheer Pressed Powder instead, and as I needed to get some sort of pressed powder to take away with me I decided to take her advice. As I bought quite a few items at the same time I can't remember the exact cost of the select sheer powder in duty free, I think it was about £16 or £17, however if you are buying it from somewhere like House of Fraser or Selfridges then it is basically ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/07/10 (Very useful, 304 readings)
I tend to be quite fussy when it comes to my choice of face powders, I generally dislike the cheaper brands as I find them to be too blotchy or orange once applied, and with fair skin I often find a light enough powder in the more popular cheaper brands. I found a powder I loved with Clinique, however to my dismay they stopped doing it some months ago and so I turned to my other favourite by MAC cosmetics, the Select Sheer/Pressed powder. One great thing about MAC Cosmetics is that they have a great rang of shades and not just in their face makeup, but also with their eye shadows, lip sticks, nail lacquers and every other makeup item you can imagine. Due to ... Read the complete review
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