MAC Sculpt Powder Review, Swatches, Photos

As I mentioned, I’m on a bit of a contour powder kick right now. Today, I have a full review of MAC Scupting powder in the shade “Sculpt” for you.

MAC Sculpt, which is permanently available at Pro stores & online, comes in pan form only.  I’ve placed mine into a small compact I bought at TKB Trading – I prefer to have contour products in a single, rather than in a large palette.

Sculpt has a good texture – it’s easy to blend, and it lasts quite well on my normal to dry skin.  The pigmentation level is just right. It goes on fairly sheer (which is what I want in my contour products), but is buildable to any level of depth that I might want.  I think it would work best on fair to medium skintones. MAC Pro carries several other sculpting powders that would be better suited for deeper skintones.

The color is great for a contour powder – much better than the matte bronzers that many use to contour, which are often too red-toned to be ideal.  It’s virtually identically to the powder in the MUFE Sculpting Kit #2; maybe a touch lighter.  If you want a contour powder in pan form, I would definitely recommend MAC Sculpt.

MAC Sculpt is available at Pro stores only, but if you don’t have a Pro store near you, you can call them to place an order (flat rate shipping). U.S. 1-800-387-6707; Canada 1-800-387-6707 ext. 8555. You can read more about MAC Pro on Temptalia.

MAC Sculpt is now available online at


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