MAC Next To Nothing Pressed Powder Review

MAC now offers SO many complexion products — I know that sometimes even I feel lost. I’m going to take you through their latest complexion formulation — Next To Nothing Pressed Powder. This products are different than the usual powder. If you dislike foundation in general, and just like a nice, natural look with fresh-faced skin — this may be for you.


The MAC Next to Nothing Pressed Powder is the latest addition to MAC’s huge offering of powder products.

The packaging of these pressed powders are those typical MAC pressed powders, round black hard case which mentioned the shade name at the back. This pressed powder comes with a thin puff.

“The Next to Nothing Pressed Powder offers a creamy, transformative lightweight formula for long-lasting, high comfort wear. The silky-soft texture boasts micro-light boosters that guarantee the look of radiant skin – no filters needed!”

Unlike the majority of MACs line, this follows a different shade range naming convention. There are 9 shades in the range which is quite small in comparison to the majority of MAC products. The shades available are listed below.

  • Light — pale ivory
  • Light Plus — light beige
  • Medium — warm beige
  • Medium Plus — light tan beige
  • Medium Dark — caramel beige
  • Medium Deep — rich golden tan
  • Dark — deep caramel
  • Dark Plus — neutral tan beige
  • Dark Deep — rich golden bronze

While I am in the shade Medium Dark. Its priced at Rs. 2,250/-.


These pressed powders have the silkiest texture, make my skin look radiant, and no one knows my secret! (Well, now YOU do!)

These have an almost creamy consistency, which I love, and they don’t make my dry spots look drier or break up as the day goes on, but I think they also look a little more obvious on the skin than Mineralize Skinfinish. It has more pigmentation/coverage than I was expecting but nothing heavy be any means and its very buildable depending on your needs.

If you have a favourite foundation already, this will be a nice pressed powder to set the foundation. This is something that I’m doing currently and have been loving it.

Will you try the Next To Nothing Collection?


  1. Hi aarushi,
    I recently came across your videos on YouTube and I must say you are a lifesaver. I realised I HV been doing things really wrong all this while. This comment is not related to your post. But I actually need you to advice me on a compact powder for dry skin which is not heavy on pocket. Can I skip compact all together. Also, I request you to do a video for affordable make up for dry and wheatish skin tone. Awaiting your reply

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