MAC Warm & Cozy Collection: Round-up / Review

OVERALL, Warm & Cozy is a nice collection to see in the dreary, cold winter season. It’s not my favorite launch ever, and if you aren’t into the shades, there’s not much to do about it. It’s like the lipsticks, lipglasses, and eyeshadows all mirror each other. This is a very warm collection, though I don’t think the majority runs so warm that cool-toned MAC fans will have any serious problems working with these products.

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MAC Warm & Cozy Collection: Lipglasses , Lip Swatches

At first glance, I thought I would be really in love with the lipglasses, but they weren’t as much my cup of tea as I had hoped. My favorite was definitely Light That Fire, while 2N was next.

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MAC Warm & Cozy Collection: Lipsticks , Lip Swatches

I was pleasantly surprised by the texture and coverage of both Siss and Warm Me Up. Siss is permanent, by the way, so you don’t have to rush out and purchase that one if it catches your eye and you’re on a budget. (I didn’t own it previously, though, so I still picked one up.) My favorite was easily Warm Me Up — it’s totally a shade I’d gravitate towards, and the finish is truly lovely. Spiced Tea was definitely the disappointing one of the three.

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MAC Warm & Cozy Collection: Tinted Lip Conditioners , Lip Swatches

Even though I really like the feel of MAC’s Tinted Lip Conditioner (creamy and hydrating), I’m not keen on the delivery/packaging. I wish they’d release more Tinted Lip Conditioner *Sticks* instead of the pots. It’s more of an on-the-go kind of product, so I know many are not going to want to be fussed to use a lip brush any time they want to use this sheer lip balm. If you do use your fingers, though, you do have this gooey, tinted mess left on your fingers and need to wipe it off somewhere, which can be frustrating.

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MAC Warm & Cozy Collection: Eyeshadows

Four brown-hued shades of eyeshadow debuted in the Warm & Cozy Collection. On my skin (probably around NC20 for the underside of my arm — which is where I do swatches), they were all fairly faint. You can see the color, but they’re obviously not ultra rich in pigmentation. I don’t think that makes them bad necessarily, they’re just softer shades and definitely should be used in conjunction with a base (e.g. Cuddle shadestick).

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