MAC | Creme Cup Lipstick

MAC Creme Cup Lipstick £15.00
Why oh why did I not buy this sooner, so many people told me to get it and I just kept putting it off. Ahh the beautiful Creme Cup, a stunning cremesheen finish lipstick by MAC and a must have for pink/nude lovers. You know I love a pink/nude lipstick, I’d say this is more of a soft pink but wow what a stunning shade it is and 100% a staple in my make-up routine lately. 
The colour itself is a blue pink, which is why I love it so much. I always find it hard finding the best pink lipstick to suit my skin tone so when I find the perfect shade I wear it to death and this is one of those that I shall be wearing a lot. With it being a cremesheen finish it is nicely pigmented and very moisturising on the lips making it a lovely everyday lipstick but don’t be fooled it looks gorgeous with a sultry smokey eye for a girls night out too, it really is an all rounder. The lasting power of this lipstick is pretty good too, I wore it the other day and when I looked in the mirror after a long day shopping it was still hanging around which is fab. It’s definitely one of those lipsticks you can just pop in your bag and not have to worry about looking in the mirror when you apply, it glides on beautifully and gives and even pop of colour on your lips. Perfecto!
Overall a fab new lippy added to my collection, I bought Vegas Volt at the same time as buying this so watch out for a review of that coming up soon. What are on your MAC lipstick wish lists? I think I want to buy Morange next, it’s going to look fab this Summer! 
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