Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

MAC Sheen Supreme Lipglass Tint
MAC Supreme Lipglass Tint

MAC Sheen Supreme Lipglass Tint ($20.00 for 0.08 fl. oz.) is a new formula launched with the So Supreme collection. There are eight shades in total, all of which are limited edition. They come in click-type tubes with a brush-type applicator. The formula is supposed to have “PH pigments that work with body’s natural temperature to give you a fresh color that’s yours alone.” So, while makeup is inevitably a your-mileage-may-vary proposition, these are even more so (if it helps, my regular body temperature is 96.8 degrees F, yes, 96.8, that’s not a typo!) based on that (and I have no idea what that actually means or how it might work–they seem to tint my lips in some fashion).

The consistency is rather tacky–not quite as tacky as Lipglass and thinner than most Lipglasses–but it was surprisingly tacky. It was also the type of tackiness that developed more and more as the gloss wore on. They also have MAC’s typical vanilla scent (but no discernible taste). Since this is a new type of product, I focused and put the time towards trying these first (which is why the lipsticks will be tested later this week). Their best attribute is that they have a longer wear time from what I’ve tried so far, and they do have a stained effect after two to three hours (the glossiness wears away but the color remains).

However, the longer it wears, the more it migrates and bleeds out of the natural lip line (and I very, very rarely have this issue–even with glossy, vibrant red lipsticks). As it fades away, it fades from the center of the lips first and leaves behind a very obvious ring of color along the outer portion of the lips. The amount of feathering, though, was surprisingly; the color had expanded three milimeters beyond my natural lip line all around my lips. I kind of resembled a toddler who ate a cherry popsicle in a hurry, just slightly more sophisticated. For me, these were also somewhat drying (it was like the cherry on top of an overall disappointing sundae–you know, the one that wasn’t worth the calories!).

Also: I was able to remove the majority of whatever color was left behind with Make Up For Ever’s Aqua’Eyes quite easily, and I would say less than 5% remained, if that. When I tried removing it with a cleansing oil (shu’s) last night, I didn’t have as much luck.

Blushing Berry is described as a “midtonal cool red.” It’s a reddened berry with cool undertones. It had semi-sheer color coverage. This shade wore with most of the color intact for four hours, and then it was more of a ring of stained/tinted color by the fifth hour with significant feathering apparent after three and a half hours that worsened as it continued to wear on. NARS Penny Arcade is not quite as red-toned. MAC Colour Saturation is darker. See comparison swatches.

Bubblegum is described as a “soft warm pink.” It’s a pale pink with subtle warm undertones. When applied, it seemed to turn into a bluer pink, though. It did settle into lip lines, and it was difficult to even this out as it had a milky look and feel. This one darkened considerably on the lips and lost its milkiness within an hour. I did experience some feathering with this shade after three hours, and there was a ring of color after four hours. Edward Bess First Kiss is similar but more opaque. Tom Ford Sugar pink is more neutral. MAC Next Fad is more shimmery. MAC Viva Glam Nicki is brighter, more opaque. MAC Please Me is more opaque. MAC Petite Indulgence is sheerer. See comparison swatches.

Glorious Intent is described as a “warm plum.” It’s a deepened berry with cool undertones. It had semi-opaque color coverage. This shade feathered within the first two hours, and then it worsened over the next three hours that it wore well for (other than the feathering). It left behind that dreaded ring of color after six hours of wear in total. It is a more intense, more opaque version of Blushing Berry. NARS Penny Arcade is not quite as red-toned. MAC Colour Saturation is very similar. See comparison swatches.

Gwi-Yo-Mi is described as a “midtonal raspberry.” It is a slightly muted, medium-dark pink. On my lips, it turns a pinky-raspberry color with semi-sheer color coverage. It seemed to settle into lip lines a bit, too. Revlon Fuchsia Finery is lighter. Revlon Berry Allure is similar. NARS Mexican Rose is pinker. NARS Penny Arcade is similar. MAC Imperial Red is pinker. MAC Colour Saturation is darker. See comparison swatches.

Heart & Seoul is described as a “warm peach.” It’s a light-medium peach with warm brown undertones. On lips, it took on a coral-pink tone with semi-sheer color coverage. It wore well (without feathering or fading) for three hours, and after four hours, there was some feathering and after four and a half hours, the middle area of my lips were without color and there was just an outer ring of color on my lips. Revlon Pink Pop is similar. MAC Kiss & Don’t Tell is lighter, pinker, more opaque. MAC Star Quality is a bit darker, more opaque. See comparison swatches.

Kiss, Kiss is described as a “cool peach cream.” It’s a warm, pinky-coral that turns darker and pinker applied to my lips. It wore well for the first two and a half hours, and then there was noticeable feathering after three and a half hours with a ring of color left on the outer edges of the lips after five hours of wear. Giorgio Armani #519 is brighter, more opaque. MAC Kiss & Don’t Tell is lighter. MAC Star Quality is lighter. MAC Galaxy Rose is darker, cooler-toned. See comparison swatches.

K-Wow is described as a “soft cool pink.” It’s a light-medium, blue-based, milky pink. On lips, it looks like a cotton candy pink with strong, blue undertones. It does settle into lip lines and doesn’t seem to smooth out/even out. Both NARS Coeur Sucre and MAC Pink Nouveau have similar coloring but are both more opaque that they aren’t that similar. See comparison swatches.

Simply Wow is described as a “midtonal cool mauve.” It’s a cool-toned, pink plum. This was one of the better-applying shades, as it had a very smooth, mostly even appearance on. It had semi-opaque color coverage. I wore this one, and it felt like a gloss for three and a half hours, and then it resembled more of a light stain. It feathered around the edges of my lips by the four and a half hour-mark. I noticed a subtle ring of color left behind after five hours. MAC Mall Madness is more shimmery. MAC Call Me Gorgeous is brighter. See comparison swatches.

Hopefully, some of you who have tried these or will try them will share your thoughts and experiences. I’m very curious to see if anyone else has as much trouble!

The Glossover

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Blushing Berry

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This shade wore with most of the color intact for four hours, and then it was more of a ring of stained/tinted color by the fifth hour with significant feathering apparent after three and a half hours that worsened as it continued to wear on.

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9/10

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8/10

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Bubblegum

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When applied, it seemed to turn into a bluer pink, though. It did settle into lip lines, and it was difficult to even this out as it had a milky look and feel.

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5/10

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Glorious Intent

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It's a deepened berry with cool undertones. It had semi-opaque color coverage. It is a more intense, more opaque version of Blushing Berry.

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49 thoughts on “MAC So Supreme Sheen Supreme Lipglass Tints Reviews, Photos, Swatches

  1. pH pigments that work with “temperature”?

    Either someone on the MAC team didn’t do a good job writing up their product description, or someone on the MAC team needs to retake chemistry.

    (Or PH could be the name of a proprietary blend of temperature-sensitive pigments and I am jumping the gun.)

    • This is what Nordstrom.com has listed: “High shine, creamy lightweight formula tints lips with long-wearing colour. PH pigments work with the body’s natural temperature for fresh, custom colour. Features clickable, pen-style brush applicator, tint glides on effortlessly.”

  2. Avatar of Laura laura

    Meh….I don’t really see the appeal, especially for $20. they seem streaky and uneven in color too.

  3. Avatar of Veronica Veronica

    “PH” pigments? What’s this ad-talk nonsense? Unless they mean pH, at which point I’m just laughing because temperature has such a minor impact on H+ concentration, I’d doubt it would even have an impact on this product.

    Shame about the performance. They are quite lovely and glossy, but if it feathers on you, it’d be a work of Picasso on my face. D:

    • I have no idea what it really means or what is behind the “science” of that particularly claim, so it is interesting to hear from those more knowledgeable in the area :)

      • Avatar of Veronica Veronica

        pH simply refers to the level of protonation (i.e. amount of available H+ ions) of an acid or base in aqueous solution. The “p” is actually shorthand for the log fuction, so pH is just “log of [concentration of H+].” In general, temperature has only a minor impact on pH because the degree at which an acid or base ionizes in solution (i.e. separates into H+ and H3O+ groups) depends mainly on the molecule’s structural nature. The reason I say it’s ad-talk nonsense is because the human body, with the exception of parts of the digestive system, regulates at a neutral pH – i.e., if you were develop a significant color deviation from the swatches here, that’s not a good thing. :P

    • huzzah for science. had a bit of a minor laugh about this too. oh MAC pH is based on acidity/basidity silly

  4. Elle

    I this collection online and came here to see your swatches before I purchased. You didn’t have yours yet for swatches so I held off from purchasing. I am glad I did! Thanks

  5. Um… Wow. That was bad. At least I have a dupe list now! Thanks Christine. I figure I’ll focus more on matching the promo photo’s lip colors; Glorious Intent might change over that shade of red/berry. Candy Apple, from another swatch I saw, looks NOTHING like that glorious berry shade pictured unless the lipsticks use the same “temperature sensitive” pigments.

    • Yeah, nothing was really reading as dark as the promo when I swatched through them – I remember thinking that because so many of you commented about the promo lip color!

      • Well, I think a good dark red/berry lipstick will be a good start since it was a vampy shade. Who doesn’t love a good vampy lip? I think Black Radiance has a good berry gloss to put over the top too! It’s all about preference for shades though, so my picks might not be someone else’s favorite.

  6. Avatar of Chelsea Chelsea

    It’s such a bummer that these didn’t work out so well. They are so splotchy that they give the lips an almost pink tye-dye look. Hey, this could be the start of a new trend! Seriously though, I would never spend that much money for a product that doesn’t perform that correctly. I also hate those click applicators. There is hardly any product in them, and they just don’t seem sanitary!

    Also, as a random comment, my regular body temperature is about the same as yours. I always have to tell my doctor when I am running a fever because I am a solid degree below the norm. A slight fever for most is a high fever for me! I’ve only ever tried one of these body-temp dependent products and was bummed when it didn’t really react properly.

  7. Avatar of O Aico

    Nah, son. This entire situation is a fail.
    Thanks for reviewing and saving us some money!

  8. Avatar of Catherine Cath

    The promo image is sooo misleading! None of the color (both the glosses and the lipstick) look even close to the promo image! Such a shame because it is beautiful!

  9. Naomi

    How disappointing, I was really looking forward to these. Thanks for all your hard work, Christine!

  10. These are too pricey for so-so quality…..too bad! I really like Heart & Seoul – both the color and name are cute, but I guess it´s not worth the price. I´m not a fan either of brush applicators like these ones.

  11. These don’t do much for me, but Simply Wow would be my pick out of all of them.

  12. I know you did it a couple of times, but it’d be nice if you took before/after pictures when you first put on a product and at the end before you take it off.
    Your reviews are always the best. When I see a new product I always google ‘product X temptalia’. :)

  13. I actually quite like the way these look! I DON’T like the tackyness, bleeding or uneven wear you described though, LOL! I wonder what other products there are on the market which are similar? Revlon Balm stains perhaps?

  14. It’s weird that all of the mid-tone shades basically turned into the same color of pink on you, even the bright orange and red colors. Maybe that’s the ~PH magic though lol. It also sucks about the feathering!

  15. Oh wow. I really don’t understand the appeal of these ‘colour-changing’ lipsticks/blushes/foundations. If I buy something for it’s colour, I want it to be the exact same colour on my lips/face/wherever as the colour in the tube. It’s a novelty product in other words!

  16. Jessi

    I have had these a few days and haven’t experienced any feathering or uneven, ringed wear BUT I’ve been blotting them down right after I apply them to get the moist stained effect. I’d say that’s the way I most like to wear them and that way, they feel and perform like an opaque, long wearing Mineralize Lip Balm – moist without being shiny-glossy and gentle on my lips, if not officially moisturizing.

    I’ll need to wear one all day without the blotting to see if it’s any different, but i LOOOOOOVE them blotted for now!

    • Maybe I will try it blotted down and see if I experience the feathering/bleeding. The one thing I’ve noticed is that a day and a half of wearing these and nothing but (save for lip balm at night time while I slept last night), my lips feel raw and slightly swollen. I’m actually starting to wonder if I’m having an allergic reaction to these – so it’s great to hear you haven’t found them drying! Thanks, Jessi!

      • Avatar of Amy xamyx

        It may not be an allergic reaction, just irritation from removing so many lip products in such a short amount of time (although your efforts are truly appreciated!). The same thing happens to me when I’m just “playing” around with lip products, and remove them after a short time, although I’ve found using coconut oil to remove them is a big help (for reference, there is only one lip product I’ve ever used that caused a true reaction).

        • Although, they were a little harsher when I swatched them all back-to-back initially (I can usually get through 10 products no problem, 15 is usually fine if the formulas are good). But just wearing them all day yesterday and the day before (so one every 3-6 hours really) has left my lips feeling worse for the wear, so it’s either just the drying aspect or could be more. I have reacted to some glosses and lip products in the past (usually ones that are plumpling – MAC Plushglass and Beaute’s Weightless Creme, I think it was, are two I remember for sure). My lips aren’t too bad (they’ve been much worse!), so it seems more drying vs. allergic reaction at this point.

          • Jessi

            I definitely have a rough time removing them – there’s something in them (not the pigment) that really clings to the lips. My lips stayed smooth, though. It could be a combo of an irritating ingredient that you normally wouldn’t have a reaction to, but combined with the removal is too harsh?

            This is always the problem with new formulas – they try to do so much and they wind up doing weird things!

            • I expected they’d be a little harder to remove, so I used Make Up For Ever’s Aqua’Eyes on a cotton pad, and it was SUPER easy – like one swipe, it was gone. The first one I actually wore to try I finished wearing before bed, so I used my regular cleansing oil (shu) to remove, and it wasn’t as easy (I think you need something to wipe it off on).

  17. Leslie-Marie

    I don’t know, I still love the 4 tints I got! I wore Bubblegum today over MAC Punkin’ lipstick and I got a compliment from a complete stranger! I’m not regretting my purchase. :)

    • I’m glad you like yours, Leslie-Marie! Have you worn any alone? Almost nothing feathers/bleeds on me, so it was totally shocking to find that these did.

      • Leslie-Marie

        Not yet! Tomorrow I am going to try Gwi-Yo-Mi and blot it down like the other commenter suggested and see if I get any bleeding. So far, over a light coat of lipstick, there’s no bleeding in sight (and I didn’t touch up for over 4 hours, either)! :)

  18. laraelyse

    I’m so glad to know you experienced this feathering – expanding issue! I thought it was ME lol I loved it when I put them on & when I went back an hour later to the mirror I saw it outside of my lips! I think ill try using less product & see if that helps. I do love the way they look initially. Beautiful & different! :)

  19. Damn, every last one of those has signs of that awful (at least on me) magenta shade that all “custom” lipcolors inevitably turn. (Seriously, EVERY SINGLE PRODUCT that is supposed to do anything like that turns that color, whether it’s on me or on someone else who’s done swatches.) Not that I was likely to buy these anyway, but still — when will companies stop using that “technology”?

  20. Why did they bother making so many “different” shades if they all turn almost the same color in the end? It seems kind of counterproductive to me.

  21. Vic

    I’ll give these a miss, an inaccurate product description, apparently feathering and an applicator where I can’t control product dosage on the spot (my worst nightmare as a make up artist!).
    Shame, cause some of the colours look lovely!

  22. VickyM

    Hate this click brush applicators, I remember having a DS click applicator pen like that in the past and I hated it with a passion, it would spill out to much product, dried my lips, feathered and left me with a line of uneven color around my lips and tasted gross. I´m not saying this tastes gross since this wasn´t mentioned, but the dreaded feathering and that ring of color around the lips…And it also looks so unsanitary with that brush applicator, definitely not a fan.

  23. Georgina

    Pretty shades, pity about the formula! I also see that you get half the amount of product compared with lipglass and at a higher price so I won’t be picking any up. May as well buy a Chanel Glossimer instead.

  24. 36.8 F? That’s like 36 degrees in Celsius – you are cool! Lovely, lovely colors, all look great on you (assume that’s you in this picture). Thanks for detailed review!

  25. I have NEVER been a fan of glosses that use this kind of applicator. Thanks for the review Christine, these are a total fail and a total skip for me.

  26. leo

    I doubt that the temperature dependancy of the pH value is making a significant difference in a lipgloss. pH of water at 20°C is 7, at 40°C it is 6, so I assume the color looks the same on most humans. Maybe they are using some kind of a highly sensitive matrix or maybe they are just using the vague term “PH pigments” because it sounds scientific?
    But I don´t think they look especially nice and as that´s what really interests me, I will not check them out.

  27. Avatar of Barbara Barbara

    Based on everything you said and on the pictures, these would be D ratings in my book. $20 for .08 fl oz of product is just crazy tiny and expensive. Until now, I thought these were expensive: Armani’s Lip Maestro is $32 for .22 fl oz and Guerlain’s gloss is $30 for .25 fl oz. I don’t know how MAC can justify that price!

    Regardless, I love that you reviewed all the colors in one post. Thanks!

    • The grades are higher than I would think on a knee-jerk reaction – you know, like what I think as a gut reaction, but when I went through the numbers (I have about 40 or so characteristics that I look for and specific point values for each so that I can maintain consistency in how I rate over time – no doubt, I couldn’t keep it all straight otherwise!), the pigmentation ended up bringing up a lot of ratings. Although some of the grades were changed today after finishing testing the other shades!)

  28. I was quite excited for these and wanted to check out Bubblegum, but after reading this I will definetly stay away!

  29. beck

    the clicky pens look fun to use but are they getting all the product out like a “push pop” i wonder..haha
    I’ve only used wand gloss

  30. Maeve

    Once upon a time something like this would be shocking and an unexpected disappointment. Now with MAC it’s “…hm? Oh yeah that seems about right.”

  31. Liz

    I like Simply Wow, will definitely get it! Thanks for the review, you really helped me decide ;)

  32. I like all of the colors, but I really don’t like the weird applicator. Wish they came in regular gloss tubes.