Iâ€™ve been using Studio Scuplt Foundation for over a month now since its release and the verdict? Iâ€™m loving it! The cream foundation glides on smooth and blends well without much effort. Coverage is easily buildable and produces a finish thatâ€™s medium to heavy with the more layers you apply. You literally only need a pea-sized drop from the tube to give the face moderate coverage, which is a nice quick fix when putting on my â€œout-in-publicâ€ face on in the morning! When layered on, I prefer the look Studio Scuplt provides over the other staple heavier coverage MAC foundations in my kit (Full Coverage and Studio Fix). With Studio Sculpt, the buildable coverage doesnâ€™t give the face the undesirable flat, matte look â€“ just flawless skin! For those light days when you prefer a sheer and dewy look to your foundation, the formula can easily be thinned out by mixing in a tiny bit of moisturizer.
As for Studio Sculpt Concealer, I found the formula to be too tacky for my liking. The product lasted well on blemishes, but was difficult to work with when applying to the undereye area (my main area of concern when evaluating to see if a concealer “works” for me). Studio Sculpt likely just wasnâ€™t the best concealer for me, as the skin under my eyes has changed from my teens and early 20s (with age, sun exposure, lack of sleep, etc., etc.). The sticky paste formula would blend best on someone with a smooth undereye surface, but I definitely need more â€œslipâ€ from my concealer. Nonetheless, Studio Sculpt is a great concealer product hiding imperfections well – I just need a little more work!
ARTIST TIP: If your undereyes are similar to mine and are more crepey (ugh, that sounds terrible. Letâ€™s say â€œhave more characterâ€), stick to a concealer formula that has more â€œslipâ€ (i.e. liquid-based) to help prevent the product from creasing into fine lines around the eye. Yes, character indeed.