On a recent trip to Bondi in Sydney we trialled the MAC Lightful C collection. With brightening technology that hydrates, clarifies and smoothes the skin the MAC Lightful C Collection is the perfect travelling companion. Its compact design packs away easily into your carry-on and is great for those planning on eloping. Our artist Olivia Wild reports on this new collection…
Lets talk about the products that will help your skin be its brightest self.
MAC Lightful C + Coral Grass Softening Lotion Spray comes in a holographic bottle with chrome accents this hydrating lotion spray is your first step in skincare. Spritz pre makeup and before your night-time skin regime for soft and hydrated skin.
MAC Lightful C Naturally Flawless SPF35 Foundation is a lightweight liquid long wear formula and also a Together Journal favourite suitable for all skin types. It provides hydration and coverage to ensure you look your absolute best, the foundation softly diffuses light leaving your skin looking radiant and fresh.
MAC Lightful C Coral Grass spf30 foundation is a long
MAC Lightful C + Coral Grass Tinted Primer SPF45/PF++++ This luminous rose tinted primer brightens and hydrates. The technology softens imperfections making it a great primer not only prepping the skin for foundation but also protecting and preventing the skin from environmental aggressors, such as pollution and UV rays.
MAC Lightful C Spot Concealer SPF30/PA++ is an easy to use
Don’t forget that two of your favourite MAC products come in miniature sizes perfect for travel or as a hand bag staple. Used on the face or body or to create a lit from within illumination, MAC Strobe Cream is an essential. Spritz MAC Prep + Prime Fix + pre-makeup application or mist over makeup throughout the day to refresh, re hydrate the skin and set your makeup in place.
The perfect travel products. We love that they all have multiple benefits and their size is exactly what you are looking for when you are packing for a trip away to, also how cute is the MAC phone ring light!
Photographs produced by Greta at Together Journal.