MAC Pro Sculpting Cream is described as a “cream-to-powder formula for sculpting and shaping key features. Silky-smooth, easy-to-blend and neutrally-shaded.”
I get butterflies in my tummy when I think about this cream. It isn’t anything magical or earth shattering but it is a great efficient product. One could easily sculpt and contour the face with cream foundation just as we’ve been doing for years. The formula of MAC Pro Sculpting Cream mirrors that of a cream to powder foundation but in blush packaging (not to mention the size). The texture is creamy and lightweight like a gel, yet has sheer-to-medium buildable coverage with a natural matte finish. Again, this very similar to what you can find in a foundation. What’s very unique about these are the shades; Coffee Walnut is like a kicked up shade of Blunt blush, so it’s no surprise its sold out online. I purchased Naturally Defined (warm beige, which doesn’t show stark and “off’ on me once blended..just lighter for highlighting), Copper Beach (deep golden brown, which matches my skin color so it’s going in my kit), and Richly Honed (warm dark brown, this is the shade I use to contour with when I’m not using MAC Blunt blush but I love it 10 times more because of the formula). For what they are, I give it an A, but that doesn’t mean I recommend that you purchase them. I can only recommend these if you don’t have foundation that does the same thing in same shade. They are limited edition so don’t be too slow with your decision.
Where to buy: MAC Cosmetics stores, counters, and online
Price: $20.00 (5g/ .17 oz.)