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MAC Key Lime Trifle, Wild Berry Frosting, Funfetti Cake Oh Sweetie Lipcolours

01/06

MAC Key Lime Trifle Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Key Lime Trifle Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Key Lime Trifle Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Key Lime Trifle Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Key Lime Trifle Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Key Lime Trifle Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

Key Lime Trifle

MAC Key Lime Trifle Oh Sweetie Lipcolour ($17.50 for 0.10 oz.) is a bright, chartreuse green with warm, golden undertones and a metallic sheen. It had semi-opaque pigmentation, and the very creamy, emollient texture did not bode well for layering as it slid around a lot for the first two hours of wear. Eventually, it “set” and didn’t slide around, but the product had to wear down (whether through talking, drinking, etc.) for that to occur. The color did not appear streaky along the edges of my lips, but the color did not appear evenly dispersed and some product was in my lip lines. It lasted well for four and a half hours but felt a little drying. This shade smelled exactly like key lime pie: sour, creamy, and graham cracker crust; it did not have any discernible taste to me.

Formula Overview

$17.50/0.10 oz. - $175.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "lasting colour" for "eight hour" wear that's "hydrating" and "non-feathering" that comes in "frosted opaque hues." There are 15 shades in the range, and each one has its own distinct scent--tied to its name--and most of the scents were pretty dead-on but I could see those with more sophisticated noses finding some scents a little cloying or synthetic. I didn't notice the scents lingering for long after I applied the respective shade, and I didn't notice any tastes. The coverage ranged from semi-opaque to opaque, while the application was inconsistent, and I think it'll come down to how one wants to wear a particular shade (layered or alone) whether the application pitfalls (settling into lip lines, unevenness) of some shades will be deal-breakers.

The finish on most shades was very shiny and metallic with an initial glossiness that took an hour to three to wear down; most shades felt like a lipstick and gloss hybrid but I can see why MAC has it listed as a lipstick. Once the glossiness goes away, the remaining color and finish look a lot more like a lipstick than a gloss, and it felt clingier (some more than others) and seemed to adhere better. The texture is lightweight, smooth, and mostly non-sticky, so there was more slip and creaminess compared to something like Lipglass, and it didn't have the dry down of a Retro Matte Lipcolour.

They definitely did not wear for eight hours--that claim felt really over-the-top to me--and most shades lasted between four and six hours with a few deviating from that range. There's enough product in an application that a good amount of color comes through after drinking a coffee or glass of water (despite transfer). They were lightly hydrating at best but some seemed more non-drying over time. One upside was that getting colors in this finish (metallic/pearl with some shine) and opacity level (even when they weren't opaque) made them less dupable, though I looked for dupes across lipstick and gloss options.

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Funfetti Cake

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MAC Gumdrop & Strawberry Torte Oh Sweetie Lipcolours

01/06

MAC Gumdrop Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Gumdrop Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Gumdrop Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Gumdrop Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Gumdrop Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Gumdrop Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

Gumdrop

MAC Gumdrop Oh Sweetie Lipcolour ($17.50 for 0.10 oz.) is a bright, medium pinky-red with subtle, warm undertones and a pearly sheen. It had good color coverage in a single layer with a smooth, lightweight, and moderately creamy texture that had noticeable slip but eventually “set” (after nearly two hours) to a reflective sheen that was more adhered to the lips and did not slide around. The color applied evenly and wore well for six hours on me, and the formula was neither drying nor hydrating. The scent was like a fizzy, fruit punch–sweet and biting–and had a very faint sweetness when I tried to taste it.

Formula Overview

$17.50/0.10 oz. - $175.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "lasting colour" for "eight hour" wear that's "hydrating" and "non-feathering" that comes in "frosted opaque hues." There are 15 shades in the range, and each one has its own distinct scent--tied to its name--and most of the scents were pretty dead-on but I could see those with more sophisticated noses finding some scents a little cloying or synthetic. I didn't notice the scents lingering for long after I applied the respective shade, and I didn't notice any tastes. The coverage ranged from semi-opaque to opaque, while the application was inconsistent, and I think it'll come down to how one wants to wear a particular shade (layered or alone) whether the application pitfalls (settling into lip lines, unevenness) of some shades will be deal-breakers.

The finish on most shades was very shiny and metallic with an initial glossiness that took an hour to three to wear down; most shades felt like a lipstick and gloss hybrid but I can see why MAC has it listed as a lipstick. Once the glossiness goes away, the remaining color and finish look a lot more like a lipstick than a gloss, and it felt clingier (some more than others) and seemed to adhere better. The texture is lightweight, smooth, and mostly non-sticky, so there was more slip and creaminess compared to something like Lipglass, and it didn't have the dry down of a Retro Matte Lipcolour.

They definitely did not wear for eight hours--that claim felt really over-the-top to me--and most shades lasted between four and six hours with a few deviating from that range. There's enough product in an application that a good amount of color comes through after drinking a coffee or glass of water (despite transfer). They were lightly hydrating at best but some seemed more non-drying over time. One upside was that getting colors in this finish (metallic/pearl with some shine) and opacity level (even when they weren't opaque) made them less dupable, though I looked for dupes across lipstick and gloss options.

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Ingredients

Gumdrop
Gumdrop
9
Product
9.5
Pigmentation
9
Texture
7.5
Longevity
5
Application
89%
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Strawberry Torte

Limited Edition
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MAC Raspberry Cream & Death by Chocolate Oh Sweetie Lipcolours

01/06

MAC Raspberry Cream Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Raspberry Cream Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Raspberry Cream Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Raspberry Cream Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Raspberry Cream Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Raspberry Cream Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

Raspberry Cream

MAC Raspberry Cream Oh Sweetie Lipcolour ($17.50 for 0.10 oz.) is a vibrant, medium-dark fuchsia with cool, blue undertones and violet pearl. It had nearly opaque pigmentation with a smooth, creamy texture that felt lightweight and applied beautifully to my lips. There was just a smidgen of color in my deeper lip lines, but it wasn’t noticeable from afar as the shimmer caught the light so well.

After an hour or so of wear, the shine wore down and the color felt less creamy and adhered more strongly to my lips (so it didn’t slide around, but it wasn’t transfer-proof). The color stayed on well for six and a half hours, stained very slightly, and was neither drying nor hydrating. It had a strong, sweet, creamy raspberry scent–a little more cream than raspberry–and a faint, sweet taste.

Formula Overview

$17.50/0.10 oz. - $175.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "lasting colour" for "eight hour" wear that's "hydrating" and "non-feathering" that comes in "frosted opaque hues." There are 15 shades in the range, and each one has its own distinct scent--tied to its name--and most of the scents were pretty dead-on but I could see those with more sophisticated noses finding some scents a little cloying or synthetic. I didn't notice the scents lingering for long after I applied the respective shade, and I didn't notice any tastes. The coverage ranged from semi-opaque to opaque, while the application was inconsistent, and I think it'll come down to how one wants to wear a particular shade (layered or alone) whether the application pitfalls (settling into lip lines, unevenness) of some shades will be deal-breakers.

The finish on most shades was very shiny and metallic with an initial glossiness that took an hour to three to wear down; most shades felt like a lipstick and gloss hybrid but I can see why MAC has it listed as a lipstick. Once the glossiness goes away, the remaining color and finish look a lot more like a lipstick than a gloss, and it felt clingier (some more than others) and seemed to adhere better. The texture is lightweight, smooth, and mostly non-sticky, so there was more slip and creaminess compared to something like Lipglass, and it didn't have the dry down of a Retro Matte Lipcolour.

They definitely did not wear for eight hours--that claim felt really over-the-top to me--and most shades lasted between four and six hours with a few deviating from that range. There's enough product in an application that a good amount of color comes through after drinking a coffee or glass of water (despite transfer). They were lightly hydrating at best but some seemed more non-drying over time. One upside was that getting colors in this finish (metallic/pearl with some shine) and opacity level (even when they weren't opaque) made them less dupable, though I looked for dupes across lipstick and gloss options.

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B+
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MAC Purple Panna Cotta & Raspberry Pavlova Oh Sweetie Lipcolours

01/06

MAC Purple Panna Cotta Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Purple Panna Cotta Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Purple Panna Cotta Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Purple Panna Cotta Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Purple Panna Cotta Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Purple Panna Cotta Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

Purple Panna Cotta

MAC Purple Panna Cotta Oh Sweetie Lipcolour ($17.50 for 0.10 oz.) is a medium, rosy mauve with subtle, cool undertones and fine, medium pink pearl. It had good color coverage that applied evenly across my lips and didn’t sink into my lip lines as noticeably as a lot of the other shades in the formula have. This shade was also significantly less shimmery/metallic in finish, and it did seem that the less overtly shimmery shades applied and lasted better. As the shininess wore away, it felt less and less creamy (but it took over an hour to get there!) and didn’t slide around any more. The scent was a more indistinct, sweet berries-and-cream, and I didn’t notice any taste. This shade wore well for five hours and was neither drying nor hydrating.

Formula Overview

$17.50/0.10 oz. - $175.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "lasting colour" for "eight hour" wear that's "hydrating" and "non-feathering" that comes in "frosted opaque hues." There are 15 shades in the range, and each one has its own distinct scent--tied to its name--and most of the scents were pretty dead-on but I could see those with more sophisticated noses finding some scents a little cloying or synthetic. I didn't notice the scents lingering for long after I applied the respective shade, and I didn't notice any tastes. The coverage ranged from semi-opaque to opaque, while the application was inconsistent, and I think it'll come down to how one wants to wear a particular shade (layered or alone) whether the application pitfalls (settling into lip lines, unevenness) of some shades will be deal-breakers.

The finish on most shades was very shiny and metallic with an initial glossiness that took an hour to three to wear down; most shades felt like a lipstick and gloss hybrid but I can see why MAC has it listed as a lipstick. Once the glossiness goes away, the remaining color and finish look a lot more like a lipstick than a gloss, and it felt clingier (some more than others) and seemed to adhere better. The texture is lightweight, smooth, and mostly non-sticky, so there was more slip and creaminess compared to something like Lipglass, and it didn't have the dry down of a Retro Matte Lipcolour.

They definitely did not wear for eight hours--that claim felt really over-the-top to me--and most shades lasted between four and six hours with a few deviating from that range. There's enough product in an application that a good amount of color comes through after drinking a coffee or glass of water (despite transfer). They were lightly hydrating at best but some seemed more non-drying over time. One upside was that getting colors in this finish (metallic/pearl with some shine) and opacity level (even when they weren't opaque) made them less dupable, though I looked for dupes across lipstick and gloss options.

Browse all of our MAC Oh Sweetie Lipcolour swatches.

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Raspberry Pavlova

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MAC Banana Muffins, Sugar Cookies, Strawberry Mousse Oh Sweetie Lipcolours

01/06

MAC Banana Muffins Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Banana Muffins Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Banana Muffins Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Banana Muffins Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Banana Muffins Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

MAC Banana Muffins Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

Banana Muffins

MAC Banana Muffins Oh Sweetie Lipcolour ($17.50 for 0.10 oz.) is a bright, light-medium tangerine orange with strong, warm yellow undertones and lighter golden-orange pearl that gave it a metallic sheen. It had nearly opaque pigmentation that applied fairly evenly, but there was a bit of excess product that gathered around the outer corners of my lips and in my deeper lip lines. From afar, the shine and sheen made it hard to see any of the settling, though. It had a lightweight, creamy consistency that was smooth and emollient, but as the shininess wore down (about an hour and a half), it seemed to dry down and feel less creamy. It wore well for four and a half hours and was non-drying over time. It had a sweet, banana-candy scent–reminded me of childhood banana-flavored candy over a just-peeled banana–and had no discernible taste.

Formula Overview

$17.50/0.10 oz. - $175.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "lasting colour" for "eight hour" wear that's "hydrating" and "non-feathering" that comes in "frosted opaque hues." There are 15 shades in the range, and each one has its own distinct scent--tied to its name--and most of the scents were pretty dead-on but I could see those with more sophisticated noses finding some scents a little cloying or synthetic. I didn't notice the scents lingering for long after I applied the respective shade, and I didn't notice any tastes. The coverage ranged from semi-opaque to opaque, while the application was inconsistent, and I think it'll come down to how one wants to wear a particular shade (layered or alone) whether the application pitfalls (settling into lip lines, unevenness) of some shades will be deal-breakers.

The finish on most shades was very shiny and metallic with an initial glossiness that took an hour to three to wear down; most shades felt like a lipstick and gloss hybrid but I can see why MAC has it listed as a lipstick. Once the glossiness goes away, the remaining color and finish look a lot more like a lipstick than a gloss, and it felt clingier (some more than others) and seemed to adhere better. The texture is lightweight, smooth, and mostly non-sticky, so there was more slip and creaminess compared to something like Lipglass, and it didn't have the dry down of a Retro Matte Lipcolour.

They definitely did not wear for eight hours--that claim felt really over-the-top to me--and most shades lasted between four and six hours with a few deviating from that range. There's enough product in an application that a good amount of color comes through after drinking a coffee or glass of water (despite transfer). They were lightly hydrating at best but some seemed more non-drying over time. One upside was that getting colors in this finish (metallic/pearl with some shine) and opacity level (even when they weren't opaque) made them less dupable, though I looked for dupes across lipstick and gloss options.

Browse all of our MAC Oh Sweetie Lipcolour swatches.

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Sugar Cookies

Limited Edition
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B-

Strawberry Mousse

Limited Edition
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Givenchy Nude Cachemire, Rose Flanelle, Fuchsia Angora Le Rouge Liquide

01/06

Givenchy Nude Cachemire (101) Le Rouge Liquide

Givenchy Nude Cachemire (101) Le Rouge Liquide

Givenchy Nude Cachemire (101) Le Rouge Liquide

Givenchy Nude Cachemire (101) Le Rouge Liquide

Givenchy Nude Cachemire (101) Le Rouge Liquide

Givenchy Nude Cachemire (101) Le Rouge Liquide

Nude Cachemire (101)

Givenchy Nude Cachemire (101) Le Rouge Liquide ($37.00 for 0.10 oz.) is a soft, light-medium coral with warm undertones and a cream finish. The consistency was very emollient with a high amount of slip, which made it harder to apply evenly and keep it inside the lip lines due to the rounded applicator. It had nearly opaque color coverage that sank into my lip lines within an hour of wear, though the color stayed on for about four hours. It took three hours or so for most of the sheen to go away. The formula was lightly moisturizing over time.

Formula Overview

$37.00/0.10 oz. - $370.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have a "velvet matte" finish that "never feels drying" and is "super-vibrant." It is also supposed to "hydrate and smooth like a nourishing lip balm." The applicator is a fluffy foam tip with a light slant and rounded shape where the lip color exudes out when twisted--the actual lip color has the texture of a thick cream than a traditional liquid lipstick. I found the applicator to be tricky to use and certainly worse than a standard bullet or applying using a doe-foot applicator. It was hard to maneuver along the edges of my lips, especially around the cupid's bow. Of the shades I tried, they were semi-opaque to opaque, comfortable to wear (lightly hydrating), and lasted between four and six hours but found that they seemed to fade more unevenly than the average lip product.

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