MAC Coconut Macaroon, Caramel Sugar, Creamy Peach Pie Oh Sweetie Lipcolours Reviews, Photos, Swatches

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MAC Coconut Macaroon Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Coconut Macaroon Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Coconut Macaroon Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Coconut Macaroon Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Coconut Macaroon Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Coconut Macaroon Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Coconut Macaroon Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Coconut Macaroon Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Coconut Macaroon Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Coconut Macaroon Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Coconut Macaroon Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Coconut Macaroon Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Coconut Macaroon Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Coconut Macaroon Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Coconut Macaroon Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Coconut Macaroon Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Coconut Macaroon Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Coconut Macaroon Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

Coconut Macaroon

MAC Coconut Macaroon Oh Sweetie Lipcolour ($17.50 for 0.10 oz.) is a soft, pinky-peach with warm undertones and a metallic sheen. It had semi-opaque color coverage in a single layer, though it wasn’t the type of texture that worked well for layering as then it felt too heavy, too thick, and too creamy. There was some product in my deeper lip lines. It had a lightweight, moderately emollient texture that felt slippery on my lips for the first hour of wear, and after that, it felt more adhered and almost “clingy” with less glossiness. This shade stayed on well for four and a half hours on me and was neither drying nor hydrating. I could smell coconut quite strongly in the tube, but I also got hit with some mint, which was unexpected. I didn’t notice any taste.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$17.50/0.1 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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MAC Caramel Sugar Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Caramel Sugar Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Caramel Sugar Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Caramel Sugar Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Caramel Sugar Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Caramel Sugar Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Caramel Sugar Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Caramel Sugar Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Caramel Sugar Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Caramel Sugar Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Caramel Sugar Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Caramel Sugar Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Caramel Sugar Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Caramel Sugar Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Caramel Sugar Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Caramel Sugar Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Caramel Sugar Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Caramel Sugar Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

Caramel Sugar

MAC Caramel Sugar Oh Sweetie Lipcolour ($17.50 for 0.10 oz.) is a deep brown with warm, copper pearl. It had good pigmentation that applied evenly across my lips, though there was a touch of product that gatheredin my lip lines. I didn’t feel like that was noticeable from a normal viewing distance. The texture was lightweight, creamy and emollient without being heavy or tacky. It took an hour and a half before it felt more “set” on my lips, where the product lost its creaminess and felt a bit thinner and clingier (but not in a bad way). This shade lasted well for five hours and was non-drying. It smelled like a sweet, rich caramel–not too sweet–and had a very slight, sweet taste.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$17.50/0.1 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.

Ingredients

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MAC Creamy Peach Pie Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Creamy Peach Pie Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Creamy Peach Pie Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Creamy Peach Pie Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Creamy Peach Pie Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Creamy Peach Pie Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Creamy Peach Pie Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Creamy Peach Pie Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Creamy Peach Pie Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Creamy Peach Pie Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Creamy Peach Pie Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Creamy Peach Pie Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Creamy Peach Pie Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Creamy Peach Pie Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Creamy Peach Pie Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Creamy Peach Pie Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Creamy Peach Pie Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Creamy Peach Pie Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

Creamy Peach Pie

MAC Creamy Peach Pie Oh Sweetie Lipcolour ($17.50 for 0.10 oz.) is a medium, orange-coral with warm undertones and a soft, pearly sheen. It had nearly opaque pigmentation with a smooth, lightly creamy texture that was lightweight and easy to work with. There was a bit of product that gathered in my deeper lip lines, but the reflective finish hid most of that from a normal viewing distance. It started to feel more “set” after an hour of wear, where the creaminess dissipated and the lipstick felt more adhered to my lips. It wore well for five hours and was non-drying. The product smelled like a sweet peach, a little bit synthetic, and didn’t seem to have any taste that I could detect.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$17.50/0.1 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.

Ingredients

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Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC
$17.50/0.1 oz.

81%

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Because I was in Nordstrom last night to pick up an order for 2 tubes of “At Your Best You Are”, I had to pass the MAC counter on my way out. And so I couldn’t help myself; I be

*I couldn’t help myself, I began opening and smelling each one of these Oh Sweeties! Unfortunately, I found the smell (odor, in some cases) to be a bit icky on most of them. As in, nausea inducing. Very saddened at how bad Death By Chocolate stunk. Coconut Macaroon, Caramel Sugar and 2 of the strawberry named ones actually smelled very pleasant to me, though. So did the blue one. But everything else was not so kind to my olfactory senses!

I was at the MAC counter today and swatched Strawberry Torte because it has been tempting me ever since I read the review. Seeing the swatch in person made me not want it anymore (good news for my wallet), but now Coconut Macaroon is tempting me…lol!!! I have to return a pair of shoes tomorrow, so I might swatch it while I’m there.

P.S. Although I dislike the shade for myself, I took a sniff of Key Lime Trifle and YUM!!! I almost bought a slice of key lime pie when I was grocery shopping about 30 minutes later. I’m a little better at resisting pie than I am at resisting lipstick.

I know, I smelled all the elements of the pie down to the crust!

And I bought Coconut Macaroon on my lunch break just now. I know I probably shouldn’t have, but I just couldn’t resist. (Sigh.)

Good news…I’m liking Coconut Macaroon much better than Purple Panna Cotta. I’m not getting that wrinkly dry-down that happened with the purple one…or maybe it just doesn’t show as much because it’s a lighter color? Whatever the case, this one is working out nicely and I don’t regret buying it. Also, I think Coconut Macaroon looks better after it dries down and becomes more “mellow.” And the scent is yummy. I put it on after lunch and I didn’t need dessert! 😀

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