Sunday, March 11, 2012

MAC Crosswire Cremesheen Lipstick

MAC Cremesheen Lipstick in Crosswire was from a back-to-MAC "haul" (Does it still count as haul if no money is involved?)  last summer. The medium reddish coral was a mental replacement for Viva Glam Cyndi (the sheer coral red that was not in stock when I visited) and a good-enough choice to curb my coral-red craving... As if I didn't have enough lip products from the shade family.
Mac Popster, Essence Candy Bar, Wet n Wild Hot Paris Pink, Maybelline Fruit Punch and Crosswire - Even though it's not as pigmented as the two Wet n Wild lipsticks, Crosswire has a creamy, homogenous (as it doesn't travels or become uneven as times goes on) formula which makes it look a lot more opaque and true-to-color once it's applied.
MAC crosswire lipstick on lips - I don't find the formula drying or moisturizing so there is nothing to praise/complain about. Actually, on colder days, this performs a lot worse than those squishy Revlon Lip Butters, sitting on top my dry flakes and making them look a lot more noticeable.
Crossewire glossed with NYC Lippin' Large Lip Plumper in Mulberry - There is a little condensation going on so I am not sure if I should gloss it or not...At least I can wear it by itself during warmer months (it rarely gets cold in Texas anyway).
Another (more color accurate) picture of MAC Crosswire

1 comment:

  1. Crosswires is one of those lipsticks that I keep meaning to buy but forget...and then I see it and want it again. Repeat!


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