MAC Peachstock Nail Lacquer, Lipglass, Lipstick
MAC Peachstock Lipglass, Lipstick, Nail Lacquer
MAC Peachstock Lipstick ($14.50 for 0.10 oz.) has been such a top-seller that it has now inspired a Lipglass ($14.50 for 0.17 fl. oz.) and Nail Lacquer ($16.00 for 0.34 fl. oz.) to complement it. This shade is part of the Asia Pacific portion of the collection, so it will only be available online for North American buyers. Peachstock is described as “light peachy nude.”
The lipstick and lipgloss are very close in color, so when they are applied together, they yield a really glossy, opaque light-medium peach color. The gloss definitely looks better when applied over the lipstick, while the lipstick is more wearable by itself. The nail lacquer is similar in color, but it reads a little lighter, almost not quite as peachy.
Peachstock Lipglass is a pale peach beige with a milky finish. It has mostly opaque color coverage, but it does settle into lip lines and doesn’t spread as evenly as I’d like. MAC Viva Glam Gaga 2 is a bit yellower. MAC Scottish Lilt is a little lighter. MAC Jest for Fun is pinker. MAC 2N is a little darker. MAC Ready or Not is a touch darker. MAC Illicit is pretty similar. (8.5, 9, 9, 8.5, 4, 4; B)
Peachstock Lipstick is a slightly warm-toned peach-beige with a soft, creamy finish. It has a satin finish, and it is permanent at PRO stores. The color coverage is fully opaque. OCC Trick is similar but a bit darker. MAC Delectable is a bit more orange, darker. Guerlain Guerlinade is a smidgen darker. MAC Viva Glam Gaga 2 is lighter, less orange. (9, 10, 9, 8.5, 4.5, 4; A-)
Peachstock Nail Lacquer is a soft beige-peach with a hint of brown. It has a cream finish. It’s opaque in two coats, but the consistency is on the thicker side and prone to streaking. A thicker second coat helped hide the majority of the streaks shown in the first coat. China Glaze Sunset Sail is a little more orange and has shimmer. Chanel Inattendu is a bit lighter. MAC Hangin’ Loose is a smidgen lighter. Rescue Beauty Lounge Sheer Nude is more beige. (8.5, 9, 8.5, 9, 4, 4; B)
MAC Lipsticks are vanilla-scented but taste-free. Satin finishes like Peachstock typically wear four to six hours on me, with lighter shades like this one wearing closer to four hours. MAC Lipglasses are also vanilla-scented but taste-free. They are very sticky and have a thick, borderline-goopy consistency. If you prefer gel-like, cushion-y glosses that feel lightweight on, I don’t recommend MAC Lipglass. Because of the tackier texture, MAC Lipglasses do tend to wear a full four hours on me, with some of the darker shades lasting up to six hours (with mostly the color lingering at that point).
Note: I am reviewing each “set” together. After I’ve reviewed all sixteen sets, I will do round-ups for each product type (so all lipsticks together) to deliver an overall Glossover rating. This rating is more indicative of the product type, as the rating that follows this post is an average across three totally different types of products. You can also see the individual scores listed after each product, which are listed in the same order as they are in the Glossover.