MAC Gold Star has a very warm-toned undertone. It is a limited edition lipstick that retails for $20.00 and contains 0.1 oz.
MAC Gold Star Kissing Stars Lipstick ($20.00 for 0.1 oz.) is a light-medium, peachy gold with warm undertones and a more frosted, lightly metallized finish. It had less sparkle--though still some--compared to other shades with a much higher shimmer content to it, which I felt gave it more "coverage" and seemed to minimize some of the slip.
It had medium coverage, which didn't build up much beyond that, but I didn't experience the product clumping up on itself when built up, so that was a nice change of pace. The texture felt lightly creamy as it went on, and it felt fairly smooth as it was applied as well as when I pressed my lips together after application. It wore well for three hours and felt neither drying nor hydrating. There was some product that sank into my lip lines initially and worsened, becoming more noticeable, over time.
FURTHER READING: Formula Overview, which is a detailed review of the range as a whole.
A constellation of six sparkling and pearlized shades with intense, ultra-creamy colour payoff. This all-new Lipstick texture offers an explosion of colour and a glittery finish, with lustrous pearlescent particles that add high shimmer – minus the gritty feel. The Lipstick bullet is embossed with stars and covered in glitter stardust. Specially designed in shiny black packaging with a gradient of multicoloured glitter and the M∙A∙C logo in rose gold.