Superglass is latest lipgloss creation by MAC. My review for these is still the same and reposted with minor edits below. They are a thick, sticky gloss loaded with both shimmer and flaky glitter particles. They’re not for those who prefer less rather than more when it comes to shimmer, glitter, or texture. I personally found it to be one of the thickest glosses I’ve ever worn–almost like the consistency of honey.
I like these, but I don’t love them–I like them a lot more on top of lipsticks for an extra kick of dazzling shimmer, but alone, they’re not as fun. The texture/formula on these is consistent through all nine shades, so must-haves seem more dependent on your personal tastes. My personal favorites, though, are Totally Bang! and Cherry Electric.
There are some shades of Superglass that are similar to Dazzleglass shades, but I’d say that these, on average, are more pigmented than Dazzleglasses, so the Superglass version is very much a Super–Dazzleglass version. Whether you’re a fiend for all things dazzling and therefore want to double your dazzle or if you’re looking to get shades different from your Dazzleglasses…
The formula is thick and sticky, but the glitter never felt gritty to me, even five hours later. I was pleasantly surprised that I didn’t feel much grittiness, but I think when these fade entirely, there may be a little texture to the glitter. Because it is pretty thick and sticky, the glosses lasted quite awhile on my lips. I slicked on Sweet Tart around 6 PM, and it was still lingering at 11 PM. It wasn’t quite as glossy as it was initially, but it still looked glossy and shimmery. The glitter seemed to stay in place, and none of it migrated to the outer edges of my lips, so all in all, it faded nicely. Oh, and did I mention I ate dinner with it on? Oh, yeah.