Hello, my loves! Over the years, I’ve collected quite a number of MAC lipsticks; some from discount stores like Marshall’s and TJ Maxx, but most were at full price or discounted at Ulta. Here are all the lipsticks I have in my current MAC Lipstick collection.
Table of Contents
- Russian Red (matte)
- Brave (satin)
- Fanfare (cremesheen)
- Whirl (matte)
- Mull It Over (Powder Kiss)
- See Sheer (lustre)
- Ruby Woo (matte)
- Lady Bug (shine)
- Hey Frenchie (cream)
- Patisserie (lustre) (discontinued)
- Lady Danger (matte)
- Syrup (lustre)
- Velvet Teddy (matte)
Russian Red (matte)
Russian Red is a true red (no orange here). The undertone of this lipstick is more blue, which makes your teeth look whiter in photos. Russian Red is one of my go-to red lipsticks, but it can also be worn for the office or if you want to feel more put together.
Brave is a pink-beige with white pearl. As Brave has a satin finish, it has just a smidge of shine in the finish, but it is such a beautiful neutral pink for everyday.
Fanfare is another neutral pink that is slightly brighter than Brave, and has a tinge of yellow in it. It is a cremesheen, so it is quite nourishing for a lipstick.
Whirl is a dirty rose color. As a matte, Whirl is definitely more drying than the other MAc lipsticks, but definitely not as drying as a liquid lipstick.
Mull It Over (Powder Kiss)
Mull It Over is a dirty peach. As a Powder Kiss Lipstick, it gives off a soft, blurry finish as though one had put a tissue over their lips and dabbed some translucent powder on them.
See Sheer (lustre)
See Sheer is a subtle, grapefruit pink. As a lustre, it is a sheer lipstick that is perfect for daily wear.
Ruby Woo (matte)
Ruby Woo is similar to Russian Red as they are both blue-toned reds, but Ruby Woo is a tad bit brighter than Russian Red. This is another favorite red lipstick of mine, but I tend to reserve this for the spring/summer when brighter colors are more called for.
Lady Bug (shine)
Lady Bug is a beautiful tomato red. Although I dislike shades of red like this because of how orange they can go, Lady Bug is the perfect tomato red.
Hey Frenchie (cream)
Hey Frenchie is a deep mauve. As a cream lipstick, Hey Frenchie is more nourishing than a matte lipstick but it is not shiny.
Patisserie (lustre) (discontinued)
Patisserie is a warm toned beige pink. It has since been discontinued by MAC Cosmetics for some newer colors.
Lady Danger (matte)
Lady Danger is a bright orange-red. Even though I normally don’t gravitate towards orange-reds, Lady Danger is a beautiful shade.
Syrup is a blue-pink mauve. As it is a lustre lipstick, it definitely has quite a bit of shine in it.
Velvet Teddy (matte)
Velvet Teddy is a deep-toned beige. This lipstick may be flattering for people who are fairer than I, but on me, it swatches a tad too yellow.
Top-bottom: Russian Red, Brave, Fanfare, Whirl, Mull It Over, See Sheer
Swatches: Ruby Woo, Lady Bug, Hey Frenchie, Patisserie, Lady Danger, Syrup, Velvet Teddy
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Do you have a MAC Lipstick Collection? How many MAC lipsticks do you own?