on me, its too pale ..like i'm sick.. i'm nc35, asian olive skin
LOVE! I received this in a swap from a lovey MUAer and am SO happy since Sandy B has become a HG! On my ppp, NW15-20 skin, this is peach frosted with gold...imagine Prrr lipglass with gold frost, sex-kitten lipstick! Makes my lips look so pouty and full and of course the color is just phenomenal with my complexion. I love the frost formula (I know Iím in the minority here), and donít find them to be drying at all. There are very few products I buy backups of, but Sandy B is one of them!
NW15-20, light green eyes, dark blond hair.
I just bought this lippie from Mac, and I am so glad I did! It is a pinky-peach on me, and looks great against my skintone(Stila 60 watts). I used it with Sweet as Cocoa blush and all that glitters eyeshadow for a nice, natural look for work. I will repurchase this again.
This is my second favorite lip color from MAC. It's a peachy color with gold flecks throughout. This looks amazing with a tan and is great for the summer but it also wors in the winter when my other colors become too dark for my skin tone. I highly recommend this if you're into the peachy colors or if you like shimmer in your lipstick.
This is a bright coral peach with glitter. Surprizingly, this looks good on my cool skintone. It wears well in the summer months, without looking scary or tacky.
The color of this lipstick is a medium coral-peach with the tiniest bit of gold iridescence, which looks ok but not amazing on my tan skin LOL. It's supposed to be a frost, but I hate its texture as it's really creamy, too sheer and not frosty. It's like if it was a sheer amplified creme lipstick trying to look frost. I actually love MAC frost lipsticks when they're FROST, I like them dry and drying, yeah, and with a matte yet frosty, very frosty opaque metallic texture. As much as I adore MAC and MAC lipstick, I hate a lot how some of MAC frost lipsticks are too sheer and creamy and not too frosty neither metallic or opaque. I don't mind a drying lipstick if it looks good. I hate that about this lipstick, the color is ok but nothing great, lasting power is bad=(
I ask my SA for the lipstick version of Nymphette and got Sandy B. Overall, a pretty peachy-pink-gold, but based on reviews, I expected something a little brighter. I think I have more of a problem with the frost formula than the color though, as I find many of MAC's frosts overly frosty. I definitely need to wear gloss on top. I prefer lustres and glazes, but if you're a frost-lover, this will flatter. MAC/Lauder Group does not test on animals.
At first, this shade seemed perfect for me. The peach was nice and didn't wash me out, and the glitters weren't that bothersome. However, I eventually found this a bit drying on me. So I just swapped it away. Not very fond of the frost formula.
I am NC 30, asian skin with very pigmented, berry coloured lips. I loveeee this lipstick because it really helps tone down my lipcolour to a faint pink. Yes, sometimes the frost emphasizes by dry lips but a bit of vaseline at night does the trick. I do love the light "shell-pink" as described my Mac, and the fact that I can always get one free from the Back2Mac Program. I'm on my 6th tube now...definitely my HG!
Got this with a B2M. It's a very pretty color. It's a bit light on me, since I'm already light with fairly pigmented lips. I agree with previous posters that this color would have been better if it weren't a Frost. In general, I don't mind frosts but I'm finding the lustre formula a little nicer. With this color, it peels a bit and my lips flake a bit (which is why I can't give it five stars). It looks great under Love Nectar lustreglass. I think you'd still be able to get away with this color even in fall and winter, but yes it is much more suited for spring/summer.