What does MAC mean when they say there's a difference between

(4 Posts)
twentythirteen Mon 04-Feb-13 17:20:21

"medium coverage" for one product and "medium buildable coverage" for another? Does it mean that to achieve medium coverage with the latter I have to apply layers?

As in "Both the PRO LONGWEAR SPF10 and STUDIO FIX FLUID SPF15 foundation have a medium buildable coverage where the MATCHMASTER SPF15 has a medium coverage."

What do you think?

(sorry to be thick)

notMarlene Mon 04-Feb-13 17:44:58

Dunno. If you've not used the specific products before you really should pop to a counter and have a play about.

HazeltheMcWitch Mon 04-Feb-13 17:46:56

I would think that I could layer up the buildable coverage to get full coverage. So they both start off as medium, but one builds well and the other does not.

But best ask/play.

twentythirteen Mon 04-Feb-13 18:30:14

I hate going in, they're all so perfectly made up and I usually look a mess! I've gone in for colours and intial discussion re colours but I'd rather get stuff online now!!!

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