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

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
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
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

$17.50/0.1 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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01/06

MAC Wild Berry Frosting Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Wild Berry Frosting Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Wild Berry Frosting Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Wild Berry Frosting Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Wild Berry Frosting Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Wild Berry Frosting Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Wild Berry Frosting Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Wild Berry Frosting Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Wild Berry Frosting Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Wild Berry Frosting Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Wild Berry Frosting Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Wild Berry Frosting Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Wild Berry Frosting Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Wild Berry Frosting Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Wild Berry Frosting Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Wild Berry Frosting Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Wild Berry Frosting Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Wild Berry Frosting Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

Wild Berry Frosting

MAC Wild Berry Frosting Oh Sweetie Lipcolour ($17.50 for 0.10 oz.) is a light-medium blue with cool undertones and a frosted sheen. It had semi-opaque pigmentation that applied unevenly and sank into most of my lip lines. From afar, the reflective sheen hid a lot of the imperfections, but it was a mess close-up. The consistency was smooth, lightly creamy, and spread easily across my lips, but it just did not want to stay even.

After an hour and a half, the formula seemed to “set” a bit–it wasn’t a full dry-down, as it was never matte nor was it transfer-resistant–but it lost a lot of the slip and creaminess and felt more noticeable on my lips (more like a lipstick than a gloss in that sense). This shade stayed on well for four and a half hours but left a faint, purplish stain behind. The formula felt a little drying over time. It had a nondescript, sweet berry scent that seemed chilled by something lemony; it reminded me of the red-white-and-blue popsicles of my childhood.

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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01/06

MAC Funfetti Cake Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Funfetti Cake Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Funfetti Cake Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Funfetti Cake Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Funfetti Cake Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Funfetti Cake Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Funfetti Cake Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Funfetti Cake Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Funfetti Cake Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Funfetti Cake Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Funfetti Cake Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Funfetti Cake Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Funfetti Cake Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Funfetti Cake Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Funfetti Cake Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Funfetti Cake Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Funfetti Cake Oh Sweetie Lipcolour
MAC Funfetti Cake Oh Sweetie Lipcolour

Funfetti Cake

MAC Funfetti Cake Oh Sweetie Lipcolour ($17.50 for 0.10 oz.) is a pale white with warm undertones and a metallic sheen. It had semi-opaque color coverage that wasn’t buildable due to the very creamy, slippery texture that would have just resulted in a ton of product on teeth and in the corners of my mouth. The finish was very reflective, which helped to camouflage a lot of the imperfections in application/lack of opacity. It applied better than I expected, but it wasn’t perfect by any means. The color lasted for four hours and started to feel “set” after an hour of wear, where it stopped sliding around. It smelled like sweet, vanilla cake but had no discernible taste.

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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Makeup Look

On face:
  • ColourPop No Filter Foundation
  • Charlotte Tilbury Flawless Filter
  • Laura Mercier Loose Setting Powder
  • Marc Jacobs Beauty Flesh & Fantasy Air Blush
  • Charlotte Tilbury Light Wand
On eyes:
  • NABLA Cosmetics Sugar Eyeshadow
  • NABLA Cosmetics Snowberry Eyeshadow
  • NABLA Cosmetics On the Road Eyeshadow
  • NABLA Cosmetics Tribeca Eyeshadow
  • NABLA Cosmetics Petra Eyeshadow
  • NABLA Cosmetics Fahrenheit Eyeshadow
  • NABLA Cosmetics Unrestricted Eyeshadow
  • Urban Decay Perversion 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil

About the Reviewer

Reviewer

Christine has normal-to-dry skin with areas of dryness (cheeks, nose, and under the eyes). She has a light-medium skintone with subtle, warmer yellow undertones. Her best foundation matches include: Tarte Rainforest of the Sea in Light-Medium Neutral (best match), Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Makeup in Desert Beige 2N1, Giorgio Armani Maestro Glow in 4.0, Hourglass Warm Ivory Vanish Seamless Finish, Laura Mercier Candleglow Soft Luminous in Dusk, MAC NC20/NC25, Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Liquid in Y305 (140). For more matches, please read our full Foundation FAQ. For more information on our review process, please read our Review FAQ.

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Funfetti Cake actually looks like it could be styled in a fun, retro futuristic sort of way.

It would also be less than flattering on my pale skin, but on tanned, golden, or deeper complexions, I think anybody daring could really be a showstopper in this.

I think I’d layer it over lip liner — pure white in center of lips with gradient to lavender, outward.

I love how Key Lime Trifle looks on you! It works with your skin and eye color so well that I almost don’t notice it as an unusual lip colour.

Funfetti Cake is actually a great shade for my daughter. She use to have a huge white with opalescent shimmer lip crayon that she wore in high school and everyone always complimented her on it. She has a medium skin tone and seriously can wear any color. She is of African American, American Indian, French, Irish and Norwegian descent. Kind of a United Nations of her own. It is great for being able to wear all shades but difficult to find a good foundation match. I think that Funfetti would be nice layered over another shade or lip pencil. The other two shades are definitely no go’s for me.

For those more daring than myself, I do wish that Wild Berry Frosting had been of much better quality, as it is a beautiful, fun shade for summer. Yep, those popsicles live in my memory too, but as the one watching mine enjoy theirs, when they were kids!

You’re so brave to always take pictures and post them. Do you ever put on a crappy product in an unflattering color and just not want to record it for posterity?

No, but I don’t consider these kinds of shades unflattering – they are fun and a nice break from shades we see all the time 🙂 If it’s a poor performing product, I’m happy to share the proof of that, since that’s really the only reason I exist!

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