MAC Creme Cup – Cremesheen Lipstick

Hey all,

This is my second lipstick from MAC (also I feel not the last either!) My first was MAC Russian Red.  This is a very popular colour in the MAC cremesheen range.

This is such a super gorgeous neutral light pink colour with blue undertones and suits my pale skin, although on swatches I have seen on the internet, it does look like it suits different skin tones too.

It glides onto the lips beautifully almost like a balm texture and smells lovely too, very sweet like cookies (must try not to eat it!).

My only con to this lipstick although it’s a cremesheen lipstick if you have dry lips then this does like to settle into any cracks or dry bits so keep your lips exfoliated and hydrated and you will have no problems.

MAC Creme Cup

The pigmentation on the MAC Creme Cup is good and lasts on my lips for about 2 hours, so not long lasting but has a nice slightly glossy sheen too, so if you don’t mind reapplying I would highly recommend this lipstick

MAC Creme Cup

Do you own Creme Cup? what are you thoughts about it?

 

 

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8 thoughts on “MAC Creme Cup – Cremesheen Lipstick

  1. Aw,so cool I have the same color and I love it.*__*
    I like your pretty blog. Maybe follow each other on bloglovin?
    Let me know follow you then back.
    Lovely greets nessa

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