MAC Cinestyle Cremesheen Glass
MAC Reel Sexy Cremesheen Glasses
MAC Reel Sexy Cremesheen Glasses ($19.50 for 0.09 fl. oz.) include these four shades: Cinestyle (mid-tone blue grey violet), Color Saturation (dark cool wine), Private Screening (mid-tone peach), and Star Quality (bright orange coral).
- Cinestyle is a milky lilac that really settles into lip lines. The color is semi-sheer, and it’s definitely noticeable, but it just seeps into lip lines in a way I don’t see that often. MAC Vacant is a bit pinker and all shimmer. MAC Viva Glam is pinker but similar in creaminess. MAC Going Casual is pinker. MAC Japanese Spring is just a little lighter.
- Color Saturation is a rich berry red with purple tones. It’s surprisingly opaque–the color coverage is semi-opaque but covers well and fairly evenly without settling too much into lip lines. MAC Real Posh is more muted and has shimmer. NARS Bougainville is much redder. MAC Indigo Pink is redder and shimmery. MAC Orange Tempera is peachier. MAC Bait is lighter, shimmery. MAC Fresh Air is very similar but has shimmer. MAC It’s a Wow is similar but has shimmer.
- Private Screening is a pinky beige with a milky finish that does settle into lip lines a bit.
- Star Quality is a pink-red coral with semi-opaque color coverage but it settles into lip lines a lot. MAC Mango Sheen is much redder. Revlon Strawberry is redder.
The Cremesheen Glass formula is lightweight, comfortable on, creamy, and non-sticky. The colors typically have no shimmer and deliver sheerer color, though Color Saturation and Star Quality yield quite a bit of color. With the exception of Color Saturation, these really seemed to slither into the lines on the lips and stay there. Cinestyle and Star Quality were the worst offenders for that. These would be better layered over a more opaque lip color, so that you could minimize that problem. Cremesheen Glasses only wear two hours or less on me, which is below average for a gloss. I feel like you go through a tube rather quickly, especially since it only contains 0.09 fl. oz. They are vanilla-scented but taste-free.
|There is just too much color settling into lip lines with this particular batch of colors--the milky, creamy look with sheer to semi-sheer color payoff rarely works, and this is often the result.|
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