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Betty Bright
Skin Tone: Light-Medium, Skin Type: Normal-to-Dry, Undertone: Neutral
Betty Bright
Skin Tone: Dark Tan, Skin Type: Combination, Undertone: Olive
Betty Bright
Skin Tone: Light, Skin Type: Normal-to-Oily, Undertone: Pink
Betty Bright
Skin Tone: Fairest, Skin Type: Combination, Undertone: Neutral

I would have NEVER thought this was a color I could pull off, but it actually looks nice against my super pale (Bobbi Brown Alabaster) skin. It has just enough pink in it that it doesn’t clash. My only issue is it is really difficult to get it even on my lips in one layer. I have to put some on, blot, and layer on more to get even coverage. I have found that if I use MAC Lasting Sensation lip pencil under it, then it goes on smoother. The color lasts quite a long time on me too, but it can be a bit drying.

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Product Information

  • Availability: Limited Edition
  • Finish: Cream
  • Color: Coral
  • Undertone: Warm

Temptalia Review

MAC Betty Bright Lipstick ($16.50 for 0.10 oz.) is described as a “light vibrant peach” with a satin finish. Peach, not so much, but pinky-coral? Yes, I see that. It’s a warm, pink-coral with a creamy, natural finish. MAC Cut a Caper is more subdued. MAC Watch Me Simmer is much darker and brighter. Lancome Chris & Tell is more orange. NYX Stella is pinker. MAC Ever Hip is more muted. Bobbi Brown Pink is darker and slightly pinker.  I think MAC Costa Chic may be a little darker and shimmery.

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