M·A·C Cosmetics has long been regarded as a pioneer in championing diversity and individuality, standing for all ages, all races and all genders.
To celebrate the iconic M.A.C Cosmetics Studio Fix Fluid SPF 15, the modern shine-controlling foundation available in 67 Shades, which is more than any other foundation sold in Australia, M.A.C Cosmetics has partnered with 67 ‘faces’ across Australia, highlighting beauty and diversity that spans our country.
Influencers who identity as she/her, he/him and they/them across First Nation (Indigenous), Caucasian, Asian, Middle Eastern, Indian decent and African backgrounds were recently invited to virtually match their Studio Fix Fluid shade via the M·A·C Cosmetics Foundation Finder Tool, an online service that works with skin tone and undertone to easily and accurately match foundation shade, so customers can confidently shop for foundation online.
’67 Shades, 67 Faces’ influencer highlights include: Fallon Gregory (she/her Indigenous Australian), Julieanne Abdalla, Iain Jeffery, Natasha Shah, Zena Khatib, Denis Todorovic (they/them), Lisa Harunah, Alessa Caiser, Mandy Huynh, Allira Potter (she/her Indigenous Australian), Tashiya Rajasingham and Gillian Okyere.
M.A.C Cosmetics Studio Fix Fluid lasts for a full 24 hours. This modern foundation combines a matte finish and medium-to-full buildable coverage with broad spectrum SPF 15 protection.
It applies, builds and blends easily and evenly while controlling oil and shine with a non-caking, breathable formula. Comfortable and extremely long-wearing, it helps minimise the appearance of pores and imperfections, giving skin a smoother and more even look and finish.
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