If you read my recent post on my MAC Haul you will know I purchased 2 of the Prep+Prime Highlighters which I have been using recently ....... So here is my review:
Who's It For?
- If your a Makeup Artist they are a great benefit to your kit
- Ranges of tones means you can work well with skin tones
- For those wanting to touch up every now and then on them busy days out/or in the office
- Wanting extra coverage on top of your concealer
- To Brighten up your makeup
Where/ How to Apply ?
Below is a demo - Apply where needed - Most common uses are Under Eyes, Nose, Cheeks, Cupid Bow, Chin, Forehead, Brow Bone
Apply with the soft pen style and then blend away with your finger in patting motions or with a beauty blender - I find these are the best way to apply Prep+Prime
A Bit More Info....
The Prep+Prime overall come in 4 colours. I have the Light Boost (Yellow tone) & Bright Forecast (Orange tone). If you are a NC15-NC25 like me the Light Boost is the perfect colour for you to apply - Bright Forecast is for those above NC30/Tanned I would say it works wonders under the eyes as it has a slight peach undertone within the Orange
I love using these on my clients for those who are wanting that extra oomph added to their makeup, day/night makeup. I find they don't crease and that a little goes a long way. The 'Pen Style' means its great to travel with in your case. The packaging is Black and would look sophisticated in any makeup kit/bag.
|I apply some MUFE Concealer under my eyes - Blend in with sponge|
|Using Prep+Prime Light Boost|
|Apply to under eyes in soft strokes|
|Using damp sponge to push the concealer into place|
|My Clinique Powder - Great for under eyes as its so fine|
|After - Eyes Look Brighter, Even & Awake .. I LOVE:)|
You can buys yours for £18.50 at MAC Cosmetics
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