I said I had an abundance of MAC, so next up is the MAC Velvetease launch, in February. Personally, I’m not a matte lip lover, but the perfect matte lip requires precision like no other. If you can’t be bothered with a lip brush, MAC Velvetease seems like a good alternative with just a bit more accuracy for on the go touch ups than a regular lipstick.
As you can see, they’re powershots of colour – this is literally one swipe of each shade. From bottom to top: Anything Goes, Ready To Go and the Barbiest of pinks, Tease Me, but the shade I’m dying to get my hands on is Velvet Teen – a blackened plum shade. Not that I’d ever be brave enough to wear it!
In the MAC Velvetease range there are 12 shades – there’s something for everyone from calm neutrals to hot reds and while there’s nothing new in a pencil format lip shade, you don’t actually need to sharpen these because they extend when you rotate the bottom end. They’re £17.50 each.
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