Down to an Art
MAC Down to an Art Lipstick is a muted, medium rosy coral with tender, heat undertones and a semi-matte end. It had opaque pigmentation, nevertheless it appeared to have a heavier, thicker texture that was vulnerable to emphasizing my pure lip texture and features to a small diploma. I discovered that because it wore, it separated extra noticeably alongside my deeper lip strains. It had a evenly creamy, denser texture that didn’t tug on my lips and was snug to put on total. It stayed on nicely for 4 and a half hours and was non-drying.
MAC Soar Lipstick is a deep mauve with refined, cool undertones and a semi-matte end. The pigmentation was opaque in a single layer, which utilized evenly and easily throughout my lips comfortably. The texture felt denser, somewhat thicker than the common lipstick today, nevertheless it wasn’t heavy and wasn’t emphasizing of my texture like Down to an Art was. It wore nicely for 5 hours and was neither drying nor hydrating.
You Wouldn’t Get It
MAC You Wouldn’t Get It Lipstick is a medium pink with refined, heat undertones and a satin end. It had almost opaque colour payoff in a single stroke, which adhered evenly for essentially the most half, however there was slight separation alongside my deeper lip strains. It wasn’t noticeable from a standard viewing distance initially however after three hours of wear and tear, the settling visibly worsened. The formulation was neither drying nor hydrating over the 4 hours it lasted whole.