MAC Lazy Sunday Lip & Cheek Colour Review, Photos, Swatches

MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour
MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour

MAC Lazy Sunday Lip & Cheek Colour

MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour ($20.00 for 0.43 fl. oz.) is described as a “baby pink.” It looks warmer in the pot, but it ended up looking rather pale, light, and just barely cool-toned. As a blush, this will brighten cheeks, but I think it will look best on lighter complexions–it looks too pale on my skin tone. MAC So Swee,t So Easy is very similar. MAC Full of Joy is more lilac. Make Up For Ever #13 is slightly bluer in undertone. As a lip color, it’s a pale, barely cool-toned pink with a subtle sheen. It does settle into lip lines a bit in a noticeable way, which is due to the overall light color. MAC Enchantee is a bit pinker. Guerlain Rose Innocent is sheerer. MAC Dress It Up is pinker. MAC Royal Azalea is just barely pinker. It’s paler than MAC Viva Glam Gaga.

For an in-depth review of the formula, please see this post. The main takeaways were that as a blush, this yields a dewy finish that might be just the wrong side of dewy for some, but it may be the perfect recipe for those with drier skin; as a lip color, the finish is more like a satin matte, and it has a slightly clingy nature that works as a way to make the color lightweight and very natural-looking.

This shade will be best on light skin tones, because it may wash out medium to deep complexions. The pale color, combined with the subtle cool undertone may give an ashy look on the cheeks for darker skin tones. When I wore this yesterday to see whether it would wear well, it managed about six and a half hours as a blush and three and a half hours as a lip color.

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MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour
MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour

MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour
MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour

MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour
MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour

MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour
MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour

MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour
MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour

MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour
MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour (Diffused Flash)

MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour
MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour (Studio Lighting)

MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour
MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour (Diffused Flash)

MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour
MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour (Studio Lighting)

MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour
MAC Lazy Sunday Casual Colour Lip & Cheek Colour

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MAC Lazy Sunday $22.00/0.08 OZ.
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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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Most shades from this collection seem more suitable for fair/medium skin tones. So far Keep it Casual is the only one that seems flattering for my skin tone! 

I’m happy to learn that it’s similar to So sweet, so easy. Now I won’t get doubles! Thanks!
 
Hmm. Maybe something slightly darker for me this time. 🙂

Christine, do you think the paler colours like this could be used as a highlighter, or is that too awkward for a creme finish? I wondered if you could actually do a look with some of the darker shades from this collection as a blush, and the lighter shades as a highlight?! (And even a third as a lip colour! Haha!)
 
Also, have you tried these lip and cheek colours on the lips with a lip glass over? I’m curious if that would work or if they would all smoosh together a wipe off as they’re both glossy wet products.

 @FaerieEvenstar It would depend on your skin tone – I think if matched your undertone, it would work.  For instance, a lighter shade like this doesn’t highlight on my skin tone – it just looks wrong, lol, but on someone with pink undertones, it might work better that way.
 
When these are applied to the lips, they don’t have any glossiness or wetness, so there wouldn’t be any problem applying a gloss over it!

These products freak me out a bit because they look entirely different in the pan than on the skin.  Normally cool/warm is pretty evident, but not with Keep it Loose and this one, Lazy Sunday.  

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