M.A.C.'s New "Next to Nothing" Foundation Is a Game-Changer for Selfies

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Despite what the name suggests, MAC's new Next to Nothing Face Colour foundations are actually everything. The beauty giant, which is known for its full, very-much-there coverage, just launched a no-makeup-makeup-inspired formula that's much lighter and smoother than that which have come before it.

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Using cutting-edge technology to help you nail the whole dewy, fresh-faced look, MAC's newest formulas are packed with nourishing ingredients and light-reflecting opalescent microspheres. Plus, they have hydrating properties that allow for the product to double as both a primer AND foundation. Think of it like a toning BB cream.

To round out the collection, MAC is also dropping Next to Nothing Pressed Powders that can be applied after the foundation for a lightweight, glowy finish–like your favorite Instagram filter, except IRL.

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The Next to Nothing Face Colour foundation ($31) and Pressed Powders ($27) both come in nine different shades and will be available in-store and online on April 6.

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