This is M.A.C.’s newest offering in terms of foundations. It’s supposed to be a creamy, lighter-in-texture version of Studio Tech, but with a gel-like finish (similar to MUFE Face and Body Liquid Makeup or M.A.C.’s Studio Sculpt/Satinfinish). It sounds like it would work great for people with dry skin.
As per Speckta:
“mineralize foundation spf 15 is a hydrating, solid cream compact foundation. it delivers medium buildable coverage with a natural, luminous finish. it helps skin fell hyrated immediately. this formula provides up to 8 hours of long wear. it helps to moisturize the skin, provide luminosity to the skin and reduce the appearance of pores. a skin conditioning agent helps revitalize the skin and creates a smoother-looking complexion. it contains light diffusing iptics that help minimize the visibility of pores, fine lines and wrinkles for a flawless-looking complexion. it contains 2 mineralize complexes. the mineral ferment complex has been bio-fermented into a mineral rich yeast extract that provides 77 bio-available minerals that help to nourish the skin. multi-mineral complex is a water-based solution of potassium, magnesium, sodium and zinc which play a role in skin nutrition. the innovative gel-based formula feels extremely comfortable and silky on the skin. the foundation is easy to blend, providing even coverage while maintaining colour purity. this convenient compact foundation provides spf 15, UVB protection and is suitable for all skin types especially for normal to dry. it is non-acnegenic and dermatologist-tested.”
it is medium to buildable in coverage
it has a natural satin finish
its a cream-gel formula (much smoother, creamier than tech)”
This product is available now from M.A.C. counters and online and is available in shades from NC 15 to NW 55.
All information courtesy M.A.C. and Specktra.