MAC is dropping three new Fix Plus additions and here’s where you can buy them

Posted: 13 April 2018 1:45 pm
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The fan favourite product is getting some new brothers and sisters and we’re pretty damn excited!

If you’re a fan of watching beauty bloggers, you’ve probably heard the phrase “spray some fix plus” more times than you can count. The Mac Prep + Prime Fix Plus spray is a cult favourite for a reason. It isn’t a setting spray but rather a mist that refreshes and hydrates the skin to stop your makeup looking cakey.
It leaves behind a “soft sheen” and radiant glow that has made it the popular product it is today. It also works perfectly when trying to make eyeshadow or highlighter pack more of a punch through spritzing your brush with a bit of mist.

However, MAC has gone and done it again with not only one but three new additions to the Fix Plus family. The first is the Fix Plus Matte. For those who are after a Matte look rather than dewy, then Mac has you covered. This MAC Fix Plus Matte was spotted backstage at London Fashion week and looks as though it will be more similar to your typical setting spray. It will most likely aim to keep those pesky oils under control and avoid your makeup from sliding off throughout the day.

But wait, the fun doesn’t stop there. We’re also going to be getting a gold and pink edition of Fix Plus called “Goldlite” and “Pinklite”. These look to have small shimmery particles that will leave you looking like a glowing goddess. Whether you have yellow undertones or pink, these are versatile to work with both skin tones for that dewy and radiant look that has become ever so popular.

Where and when can you get them?

The new products are available now from a wide range of retailers. You can purchase online from Mac’s website or try LookFantastic to choose the perfect scent for you!

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