I've been wearing the powder lately and while it's so smooth it still is a tad bit too dry for me right now. but I still like it but probably more in the summer time when my skin is more balanced and not as dry as it is rn.
I don't get why mac needs talc in basically every powder they have. my fav powders from them is the studio sculpt defining powder that is non drying and the mineralize loose powder for now. might be because all the others got talc in them and these two doesn't I wish they made powders for dry skin without talc and slightly more coverage than my two favs
yes I have it too but it also contains talc as first ingredient such a shame (for me) but it's kind of similar to this new NTN powder so I'm sticking with studio sculpt defining powder for now until summer is here
The more I am playing with NTN liquid the more i love it. this is not simple product it really takes a while to figure out the best way to use it to get the most out of the product.
This is more of a priming product it is not foundation.
My two favorite ways to wear it is - before Studio fix fluid and before Studio fix powder. I also tried different application methods and found that applied with hands - no rubbing or blending just pressing it into the skin gives the best results. So one-two pumps before Studio fix it really gives the most flawless coverage and look I have ever achieved with any mac product. 10+ hours later foundation still looks flawless
i don't find it really moisturizing. at first it feels so glowy and dewy on skin but as the day progresses it almost makes skin feel a bit tight.