MAC Cosmetics Studio Fix Sculpt and Shape Contour Palette in Light/Medium - Mommy Life Up North

MAC Cosmetics Studio Fix Sculpt and Shape Contour Palette in Light/Medium

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Hi guys, it has been a hot minute since I have posted a new blog post! Things have been really crazy lately. I got married on September 29th to my high school sweetheart. It was seriously the best night of my life. Between planning the wedding and uploading more on YouTube, I kind of neglected my blog a little bit and I am so sorry about that! But I am back and have a lot of post planned for you guys! A lot of beauty reviews because there has been a lot of amazing products that have recently came out so I hope you are excited!

For todays post, I wanted to finally do a review on the MAC Cosmetics Studio Fix Sculpt and Shape Contour palette. MAC recently came out with two contour palettes and the one I am reviewing for you today is the Light/Medium palette. They also have the shade Medium Dark/Dark.

I love the packaging on these palettes. They are nice and sturdy so you do not have to worry about the products breaking inside. It also comes with a plastic sleeve on the inside letting you know the shade names. I usually throw those away myself, but for those of you that do not mind them, it is pretty handy that it does list the names.

With the Light/Medium palette it comes with three matte contouring shades and three subtly shimmery highlighting powders, (very very subtle shimmer). The shades in this palette may be colors that are already in your collection if you have used MAC sculpting powders and highlighting powders before!

The shades in this palette are:

  • Emphasize- off white with fine pearl
  • Cream- light creamy beige with fine pearl
  • Accentuate- peachy beige with fine pearl 
  • Taupe- soft muted beige brown
  • Sculpt- soft taupe matte
  • Bone Beige- soft warm brown matte
I personally love using Emphasize, Taupe and Sculpt on my face. I find those three shades work the best with my fair skin as well as my cool tone skin color. Bone Beige is a little too dark and warm for me and the other highlighting shades are a little too dark for me as well. But Emphasize works perfectly under my eyes to set my concealer. 

As for the texture of the products, I find them to be very smooth and blend easily. But I did find the Cream and Accentuate shades were a little chalky. I owned one of the contour shades before in a single pan and the texture and quailty was the same as it is in the palette.

You also get a super good deal with this palette verses if you were to buy all the powders separately. This palette retails for $39.50 and can be purchased at Nordstrom and MAC Cosmetics. 

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