The Summer Season: MAC Neon Orange Lipstick

MAC Neon Orange Lipstick ($14.00 for 0.10 oz.) is a traffic-stopping opaque neon orange.  The name really says it all — it’s bright, in-your-face, and exactly orange.  It’s unabashedly orange, and you won’t see it apologizing for anything any time soon!  It has such a smooth texture with incredibly rich, opaque color.  The finish is creamy, but it has a little bit of a sheen that lights it up.   It really has an amazing feel, and it is one of MAC’s best lipsticks in terms of quality–even if the color may be a little hard to wear!

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MAC Viva Glam Lipglass Gaga & Cyndi for Fall 2010

MAC Cosmetics Viva Glam Lipglass Gaga & Cyndi for Fall 2010

U.S. Date: August 9th, 2010 (Nordstrom & Freestanding), September 2nd, 2010 (all locations)
International Date: October 2010

EDITED AUGUST 9th: It sounds like they changed the release date to September 2nd.  I haven’t gotten official word either way, but I would double check with your local store.

Available for 6 months.  Lipglasses are the same shades as their lipstick counterparts.

Viva Glam Lipglass ($14.00 U.S. / $16.50 CDN)

  • Viva Glam Cyndi
  • Viva Glam Gaga

Viva Glam Bag ($TBA)

  • Viva Glam Gaga Bag
  • Viva Glam Cyndi Bag

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The Summer Season: MAC See Sheer Lipstick

MAC See Sheer Lipstick ($14.00 for 0.10 oz.) is a slightly muted coral-orange with a glossy sheen.  It has a creamier look to it, as there is no noticeable shimmer in it.  It delivers nearly full-color coverage–you can just lightly see the freckle on my lower lip.  It wears very well and feels incredibly comfortable on–soft, moisturizing, clinging enough to wear for three to four hours, but not tight or drying.  It’s a fun way to wear coral without going full-on coral.

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The Summer Season: MAC Crosswires Lipstick

MAC Crosswires Lipstick ($14.00 for 0.10 oz.) is a lovely shade of coral-pink–it’s not super bright like Vegas Volt, but it’s not so muted that it ends up looking washed out.  It’s easily one of my favorite corals amongst MAC’s permanent line, too.  The cremesheen formula gives Crosswires a soft glistening sheen while still giving a good deal of color coverage on lips.  It’s about as opaque as a lipstick can get on my lips!   It even has this almost-there golden sheen.  It’s very, very subtle, but it’s most noticeable in the sunlight.

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