Unless you've been living under a rock for the past few months and have stayed shy of the Beauty world then you'll either know or need to know about the new website Cohorted, a brilliant concept of shopping as team. It doesn't get much better then that ladies. The basic idea of this is that you can request a large range of products that will eventually be available to buy. All you have to do is join the Cohort before the closing date and you get the product. That's not even the best bit though, the reason why I love this website so much is depending on how many different people join the Cohort the more discount you get. Yes, that's right. You could be getting products from both the high street to the high end for up to 44% of the original retail price. I've already grabbed myself a number of products of there, one being the MAC Crew High-Light Powder.
I had never seen this product before I spotted it on the Cohorted website and after a bit of research I discovered it was from one of MAC's 2012 'Hey Sailor' Limited Edition Collection. If you're a cosmetic collector like myself, then this will give you a huge amount of thrills. I knew right away I needed it and paying just £14 for an original £25 product just seemed too good to be true. It's advertised as a highlight but once applied appears more as an illuminating rosy-pink blush. Still gorgeous all the same. The mix of purple, pink and peach stripes means the colour works well on various skin tones and creates the beautiful lit from within glow that a lot of us crave. The lasting time is excellent, a usual quality from MAC and the highlight-blush qualities means you're basically getting two products in one. Simple and sweet. I also love products with different shades within the pan as it means you can pretty much personalise your colour by picking up more of an individual hue.
This is back on the Cohorted website now so if you want it, I suggest you get it right away as it's around for a limited time only!
Let me know what you think in the comments.
Have you tried Cohorted?