my FAVE mac lippie....but of course it's LE. Why must they torture us with the best products always being LE?? Unlike plushglass/lipglass, the cremesheen glosses are so creamy and doesn't feel sticky. The milky nudey color is to die for! Still looking for a dupe, but until it is repromoted I am using my plushglass in wildly lush
OMG LOVE THIS!! If Mac brings it back i'll buy multiples of this lol! Perfect nude pinkish/beige. Not sticky at all
Would I buy again? Yes, and I did. I used this gloss with Creme Cerise and I absolutely love it. It's the perfect nude gloss and it's not sticky.
LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!!!!
The perfect nude and love it over Shu Uemura 949 lipliner or Mac Cremesheen Creme d Nude!!!
Love the MAC cremesheens, HATE that you get essentially 10 uses from one tube. Boy Bait is a brown based nude with a slight pink hue. It's one of my "My lips but better" shades & feels very comfortable once applied. I hate that you're paying $4 more than a lipglass for about half the product. Even after one use, I saw that a lot of product was missing. Love the colour & the formula, just wish MAC would have executed these a little better.
boy bait is a creamy nude beige with super tiny gold shimmers that are only really visible in the tube. on the lips this appears as a sheer glossy version of what you see in the tube. boy bait is warm enough that it doesn't look stark against your skin. these cremesheen glasses are love <3 they go on smoothly, are moisturizing, don't settle into the cracks of your lips or other odd places and last a long time. they are great for topping lipsticks or just wearing by themselves. they smell so good. like vanilla to the 10th power. the packaging is beautiful. very sleek and glossy, a pleasure to behold.
I LOVE THIS GLOSS. I definitely like it much more than I was expecting to, given that I've had many lipglasses before and none of them stuck (only figuratively of course, those things are infamously sticky). The cremesheen glosses however, definitely have a different formula. The texture is similar to that of higher-end brands, i.e. creamy/liquidy rather than super sticky, but it also costs a couple dollars more. The colour is, simply put, what I've been looking for my entire life. It's pale without being ghostly, and is the perfect shade of muted peach nude. On the lips the colour shows through nicely, though if you want to tone down super pigmented lips like mine, you probably need *some* lipstick first. It's fine though, because while this gloss isn't invisible, neither is it opaque to the point of looking gross and weird (the kind that would make you worried about anything touching your lips - even wind - that might make the gloss shift and create patches of colour). What's more it was also moisturizing and soothing on my winter-chapped lips. It's just...perfect. I had many other glosses on my list before and I just scrapped all of them off it. LOVE!
This is one of the great neutral nude shades of lipglass. I bought this to go along with Shy Girl (lipstick) & they look so FAB together. I too wish these weren't L/E b/c these lipglasses are just so wonderful.
Gosh, I wish these weren't LE. I think I like this one better than "Looks Like Sin" and I gave that one 5 stars! I like this one because it is so versatile. Perfect nude shade that would look good on almost anyone. The Cremesheens taste more vanilla like to me and moisturize too. Dear MAC, make these permanent!! Love, pulidobl
I haven't been pleased with MAC lipglasses in the past so I was unsure if I even wanted to take the time to try this one out. I think I might be spoiled by my HG lipgloss (Neutrogena Moisture Whip in Whisper) and NARS Chelsea Girls so I don't really go out of my way to find new lip glosses. This one, however, was more noteworthy than any other lipglass I have tried in the past. It's probably the cremesheen formula but I like the texture and formula of this lip gloss more than any other I have tried from MAC. A good, non shimmery nude-beige color this product is good for a low key, no fuss look. I like it best paired with Hue for a soft, pink look for spring. You don't get a lot of bang for the buck, I have only used it a handful of times and the tube already has a good amount of product gone. Will probably not be compelled to replace when I run out