Product Review | MAC Next To Nothing Face Color

Product Review | MAC Next To Nothing Face Colour in Medium Dark ($31, MAC Stores)

Product Details (from MAC's website):  An ultra balmy fluid infused with nourishing ingredients and opalescent microspheres for a youthful glow that looks lit from within. This sheer tinted cream can be used under or over foundation, or to bring a translucent luminosity to skin. The cushiony, smoothing texture glides over skin, diminishing the look of imperfections and fine lines, while moisturizing and protecting skin. Skin looks immediately retouched!For best results, use with the new 140 Synthetic Full Fan Brush or sponge.

The Next To Nothing Release from MAC is probably my favorite.  I bought it the same day it was released, so they had a limited stock in store.  I also wanted the powder, but they only had the a few shades and none of them matched my skin color.  What brought me to rushing out to get this product is that it is super light-weight, super sheer, I mean, really, it is next to nothing.  The name "Face Colour" is what you are going to get with this.  

It comes with the usual MAC packaging, frosted bottle with its black lid with a pump.  The box is a matte black packaging with white typography on it.  Nothing too fancy, but this is a cult classic for MAC products.  This product is perfect for every day wear.  If you love full coverage foundation or if you think this will hide any imperfections, this is not it and you will hate this product.  I love that it is super sheer and that it just gives the skin a healthy glow with the subtle hint of color.  It is easy to apply and blend.  It goes not the skin easily, no patchiness whatsoever.  It is that "your skin but better" type of face product.  It is also long-wearing (I always use a setting spray).  This is perfect combined with MAC's Strobe Cream.  I feel that the $31 price point is decent.

The only con I have about this product is the undertones are closer to peach or pink.  There are shades that have yellow or golden undertones, but them seem to be more for lighter skin.  I wish they would make some with yellow or golden undertones for medium skin tones.

Would I repurchase? Yes.