MAC Kiss of Stars has a slightly warm-toned undertone. It is a limited edition lipstick that retails for $20.00 and contains 0.1 oz.
MAC Kiss of Stars Kissing Stars Lipstick ($20.00 for 0.1 oz.) is a very light, warmer pink base that was more translucent paired with flecks of gold and pink sparkle and micro-glitter. It had sheer to semi-sheer coverage--far cry from intense--that didn't build up well as it had a tendency to clump up, which gave it a more uneven look than it already had to start with.
The only reason the product didn't look as bad as Asterisk is because the color itself is significantly closer to my natural lip color, so some of the unevenness isn't screaming for your attention.
While the lipstick felt lightly creamy, emollient and didn't seem too slippery by feel alone, functionally, the texture did not seem to work as it inhibited application overall. This shade stayed on for two hours or so (from what I could tell) and wasn't drying over time. As mentioned in the formula overview, it could be "workable" layered over another product--like something matte--like a lip pencil by gently tapping it on top or using a fingertip to pat on some of it on the center of the lips to add shine and light sparkle.
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.