MAC Cherry Mochi Lipglass is a raspberry pink with cool, blue undertones and a cream surface. It had semi-opaque pigment in a single layer, which used uniformly without spotting, however there was small item that settled into my lip lines. The texture was light-medium in density with moderate tackiness, so it has a much heavier feel than many contemporary lipglosses do, though I discover that it provides much better durability (5 and a half hours) and general convenience (it was hydrating).
Forthe Frill of It
MACFor the Frill of It Lipglass is a pale pink with subtle, warm undertones and fine, multi-colored pearl. It had semi-sheer color protection in one layer, which used far more uniformly than I anticipated, and while there was some item in my lip lines, it was so little compared to the “norm” for this type of milky shade. From a regular watching range, I didn’t see the settling at all. The consistency was reasonably ugly, light-medium in density and much heavier than the normal gloss however didn’t feel glue-like or genuinely heavy to me. It used perfectly for 4 hours and was hydrating while used.
MACHeartmelter Lipglass is a soft, medium mauve with subtle, warm undertones and a cream surface. The coloring was almost nontransparent in a single layer, and the color went on uniformly without highlighting my lip lines, however it looked bubbly– like there were little pockets where color didn’t come through. It had a light-medium thick texture that was reasonably ugly however didn’t feel so heavy that it was unpleasant to use. The gloss remained on well for 5 hours and was hydrating gradually.