I did use my MAC Studio Fix Powder foundations in NC40 and NC30. The lighter one I just use it on and around my eyes and my nose, blending it with the NC40. I was looking to get a glow effect by doing that. I think I got it, what do you think?
I applied the foundations with a cosmetic puff for maximum coverage. I did have to moisturize my face very well since this foundation is so matte it can bring out my little wrinkles **blush** . I put it on while my face was still moist. It worked like a charm.
Oh, I also used Fix+ Spray to set the makeup (with the help of a puff). I sprayed it all over my face then used the MAC 182 to blend it well with the foundation. I love it because it helps to get rid of the "powdery cheeks" look (hate it).
NOTE: I took these pics hours later after doing my makeup, I forgot to touch up my lipgloss...oops.
ALMAY Bright Eyes Concealer (under my eyes and over the dark spots of my face--to many of them!)
MAC Studio Fix Powder Foundation in NC30 and NC40
MAC Dollymix blush
MAC Prep+Prime for Eyes--Light
COASTAL SCENTS E/S -- Regular Palette (vanilla and gray colors)
MAYBELLINE Full-n-Soft W/P Mascara in Very Black
MAYBELLINE Lash Discovery Mascara in Very Black (lower lashes)
RIMMEL Eyebrow Pencil-Dark Brown
CARMEX Lip balm
MAC Rich-n-Ripe Lipglass
All over the eyelid up to the brow bone
Vivan, Amen y Rían!
(Live, Love and Laugh!)