Cremesheen Glasses: Ever So Rich, Boy Bait, Partial to Pink
MAC Magic, Mirth, & Mischief Review: Cremesheen Glasses
If you’ve been in the MAC-know for the past year, you probably remember the original launch of the Cremesheen Glasses. The three released with the holiday collection are all repromotes from that launch, so this is your chance to a) stock up if you loved them; b) try them if you passed on them before; or c) save money because you already have/skipped them. I don’t personally love Cremesheen Glasses, as I find them too sheer to bother (they nearly all looked the same on my lips), but I know others love the formula — which is non-sticky, thick, and creamy.
- Ever So Rich is a pale lilac that goes on like a sheer, milky pinky-purple.
- Boy Bait is a sheer pinky-peach. This looks just like a milky nude on me (not particularly flattering).
- Partial to Pink is a sheer medium pink. Like Boy Bait, this looks mostly like a milky pink on me.
You can view the lip swatches I did originally. These just aren’t my thing, but I also think I’m slightly allergic to these (they make my lips tingle and itch), so there’s even less reason for me to like them. I think Ever So Rich is the only shade that I’d feel compelled to get, but I know that has to do with the way it looks in the tube and not so much on my lips.
- Product: 24/30
- Value: 7/10
- Ease of Use: 4/5
- Packaging: 4/5