Friday, 27 September 2013

MAC Pro Concealer Palettes

Nobody has a totally even skin tone and often it's easy to get disheartened with your one trusty concealer when it works on some areas but not others. Through the seasons our skin tone changes, we get pigmentation, blemishes, some days our dark circles are worse than others. Because of all of the varying shades on our skin it means one colour concealer will not fit all areas.
 My makeup bag bulges with different colours that I am always scrapping about for at the bottom of my bag.

If this is you then check these beauties out. If you watch our tutorials you will know we are a fan of Studio Finish concealer. Its a medium to full cream concealer. It is perfect at covering blemishes but also buff in to the eye area to conceal dark circles. Lasts really well on the skin and photographs well with no flashback.

MAC now do four different concealer palettes which each hold 4 concealer colours and two colour correctors.
 If you are a working makeup artist these palettes are a godsend as you instantly have every colour you could ever need and they take up no space at all.
 If you would be purchasing just for yourself these are great as you would just pick the palette that includes the colour you would normally wear. You would then also have shades slightly lighter for the winter or a pale day and shades a little warmer for when your skin has had some sun.
 The two colour correctors in each will also compliment and brighten your particular skin tone and help to even out pigmentation.

Light Palette- Holds NC15, W10( pink tone a little lighter than NW15), NC20, NW20, Pale Yellow and Pale Pink

Medium Palette- Holds NC30, NW25, NC35, NW35, Mid Yellow, Mid Peach

Medium Deep Palette- Holds NC40, NW40, NC42, NW43, Rich Yellow, Burnt Coral

Dark Palette- Holds NC45, NW45, NC50, NW55, Ochre, Pure Orange

Each palette holds 6g of product and are priced at £35.00 each. You can purchase these from MAC Pro stores and online from


  1. Seems silly to take pictures of these with filters. If I want to look at a concealer palette I'd like to see the real colours.

    1. The filter actually hasn't altered how the colours look, I used them so it would be sharper. Once you head over to the MAC site to purchase you will be able to see their product swatches

  2. This palette looks like a great investment for the changing seasons. I expected these palettes to be more expensive than hey are. Great products!

    Liz xx

  3. These look so great and are not expensive though!

  4. Such lovely palettes! Thanks for sharing :)

  5. Looks like something I need to be honest, I have three different shades on the go at any one time!

  6. I really want to try one of these! I have MAC's Studio Fix fluid and would love a good concealer to try! :) X.

  7. Notice that you get less product! I thought that it can't cost so little (The original Studio Finish cost around 18£) but in fact, the pallet contains 6 grams in total! (The Studio Finish contains 7 grams), so really you pay twice as much for less product.

  8. I have such bad dark circles under my eyes and no concealers seem to work off the high street. Definitely need to invest in something like this and hope for the best!

  9. Took me time to read all the comments, but I really enjoyed the article. It proved to be Very helpful to me and I am sure to all the commenters here! It’s always nice when you can not only be informed, but also entertained! mandy

  10. These look absolutely brilliant. Surprised they haven't released something like this before though! Would love to be able to get my hands on these.

  11. Wish I could see these without filters :/

  12. Are these available to everyone or only Mac Pros?
    Thanks X

  13. Ooh, I had not seen these. They look amazing! Thanks for sharing. Great job, as always.


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