This a general overview of some of MAC's liquid foundations. For the purpose of this review, I will only focus on their liquid foundations. I won't go into much indepth detail here, but if you would like a more detailed review on specific ones please let me know. Foundation is definitely very personal and what may work for me, may not work for you, I tried to not get too personal here.
Probably MAC's most popular foundation. It gives great coverage medium-full, and probably the most coverage of all MAC liquid foundations. This one has silicon in it which can clog pores and thus should not be used everyday. It gives a matte finish. It does not come with a pump (you'll need to purchase that separately).
This one has light reflecting properties, it you don't like shimmers stay away from this! It has a satin finish. For those with oily skin, I would not recommend this. Also for those with fine lines, not so good cause the shimmers will migrate into the lines. It has a barely there feel and doesn't give great coverage, light-medium. I find the shades run light on this, I can't wear NC15 anymore, it's far too light for me.
One of MAC's newer foundations. This is medium to buildable foundation, also water and transfer resistant. Supposed to wear for 15 hours, this stuff stays on! Dries to a semi-matte finish, I'd recommend it for normal-oily skin, a little heavy for dry skin. The shades run a tad darker and more peachy than the rest of MAC's line in my opinion.
MAC's creamy, gel-based foundation for medium to full coverage. It dries to a satin finish and should be set with a powder. This one feels pretty good on dry skin, MAC describes it as hydrating and will instantly revitalize the skin. This one is quite different, it comes with 40ml in the bottle, a bit more than the other liquid foundation that come with 30ml. Personally, I feel it's too thick for warmer weather and dedicate this more for winter wear.
A water based and water resistent liquid foundation. Great for evening out skintone, this gives light coverage. This is available at pro stores online or online. After a year it tends to separate and you have to shake it up because it turns into a weird texture (like cottage cheese). It doesn't come in the NC and NW shades, but in N and C shades. I find the lightest is a bit dark for me (N1) but when blended in well it can look pretty good. The bottle comes with 120ml which is 4x the size of most MAC foundations, so you get a lot of bang for your buck.
Which MAC foundation is your favourite and which have you used?