MAC Lipglasses: Spirit & Soul, Naked Frost, Liqueur, Glamour For All
MAC All Ages, All Races, All Sexes Collection: Lipglass Reviews, Photos, Swatches, Lip Swatches
I’m pleased with the opacity on these lipglasses — they’re all quite rich in color for lipglasses, and it is quite unusual to find this many pigmented shades in a single launch. If you don’t like frosty lips, though, you may not find yourself swooning over these, because three of the four do have that frosty, glimmering look. Like the lipsticks, whether these are for you is really a matter of personal taste; none of them are bad in formula, texture, or feel, but the colors may not appeal to everyone.
Lipglass ($14.00 U.S. / $16.50 CDN)
- Glamour For All is a creamy, slightly milky medium pink. It’s harder to find a creamy medium pink, because often, creamy/milky pinks tend to be pale and lightened up a bit — this one isn’t. On lips, it’s very creamy, so it does have a tendency to settle into lip lines.
- Liqueur is a reddish-brown with multicolored shimmer. It’s a pretty rich shade on lips, and it doesn’t sheer out too much on lips.
- Naked Frost is a neutral gilded bronze with multicolored shimmer. It has a very frosty and shimmery look on lips. It looks almost like a gilded beige on lips, rather than as deep or as bronzy as it does in the swatch.
- Spirit & Soul is a slightly cool, kind of neutral tan-brown with multicolored shimmer. It has the same frosty, shimmery finish as both Naked Frost and Liqueur. The gold shimmer really pops when applied to lips.