|Would buy this product again.||42%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Tan, Neutral Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
This is the perfect nude/caramel! It has a slight gold shimmer that isn't noticable when applied. I could see this being to dark for ppp or lll people, but if your medium, golden, and darker - this makes for a great nude lip that is very pigmented. I'm NC35-NC42 and this color works very well on me. I use it when I want to look polished. I don't really need to retouch too often because it's a "my lips but better" type of color. Very glossy and it does last long. I love it!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I agree with the Peanutgirl - this needs to be applied sparingly. I'm an NC35, chinese coloring and on me, jumbled is a very pretty caramel brown. It seems a little drier on my lips than some of the other lacquers.. next time I use it I'll probably skip a lip liner and use the lacquer straight up. Doesn't sound like a unique color - but I am yet to find a lipstick that is the same shade on my pigmented lips.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
When I first got this, I was a bit overzealous in my application of it. It's HIGHLY pigmented! Unless you want really dark lips that look like you were slurping chocolate syrup, apply this SPARINGLY. I dot it on my lower and upper lip and press my lips together to blend. It does have a very lovely, yet subtle, gold shimmer to it. I top this off with Clinique shimmer gloss in sunset, and it looks fantastic! I would definitely buy this again, although I'm sure I won't have to any time soon as a little bit of this product goes a long way!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This is my first lip lacquer, and I am not that impressed. The MAC website describes it as a "mid-toffee with slight shimmer." I do not see any shimmer whatsoever, and the colour is lighter than what I would consider a "toffee colour", maybe closer to a "camel colour." Anyway, it is somewhat thick but not overly sticky. It does not spread as evenly as I would like and the staying power is not that great. The brush applicator sucks, it's too soft and picks up too much product. I use my own lip brush. The colour on its own looks awful looks like I rubbed melted chocolate and vanilla swirl ice cream on my lips. But with a berry coloured lip liner underneath, it looks alright, it makes the colour more mauvey. I would not repurchase this colour. I am undecided whether I will give the other colours a chance or not.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
nice color, but not on me .. it totally washed me out. i tried it with a liner, but still no luck. seemed too opaque for my pigmented lips. not as much shimmer as i thougT i gave it to my big sister who loves the nude look, and it looks good on her=) it does last for a long time too!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Oily Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I am still undecided on this one. It is kind of a mid-tone cinnamon-y shade with a kiss of pink thrown into it. I became aware of this color because one of the ladies at the MAC counter was wearing it during one of my many trips there. LoL I mentioned that I liked the shade of lipstick she was wearing and asked what it was. This chick was obviously hesitant to even tell me what the d@mn shade was! Even though I had just complimented her by saying how nice it was. And, I thought - how silly. Does it really hurt you to let someone know what color lipstick you are wearing... when you SELL makeup for a living? Something about that rubbed me the wrong way. Go figure...
N-E way, she finally told me that it was the jumbled lip lacquer paired with the chestnut lipliner. Since she and I were almost the exact same complexion, I thought this was a color that would be worth purchasing and I'd hoped it would look as nice on me. I ended up buying the same color. I did not try it on though, until I got home. I paired it with the chestnut pencil, and it did produce a decent shade. I can't say that I was completely blown away by it though. It is a *deep* nude color, if that makes any sense. A bit warmer than the Tone tone lacquer, but along the same line. Maybe I just need to play around with this shade before I decide whether or not I would repurchase it. Right now it is a color that I probably won't return, but I also don't think it is one that I would wear very often. I did wear this yesterday with a light pink top and for some reason, the top 'brought out' the lipgloss. It actually looked nice - kind of different. Today it looks a little bit different on me than it did yesterday, so I can't quite figure this color out. Oh, and one more thing... this particular shade seems to be EXTRA dry. I definitely would recommend a lip balm before applying this or you can expect your lips to be chapped within an hour or so.
*UPDATE* I wore this today, and a lady approached me in a store and asked me what color lipstick I was wearing. She said that the color looked very pretty on me. I told her what it was and she said she had to go out and find it because she liked it so much. This just might be a keeper after all..
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
Not the best color on me at least, very cool nude tone. I have to wear it over a warm liner or else it really makes me look washed out. That being said it's a great color to ass to other lippies to neutralize or tone them down. The brush and the smell don't bother me as it does others. I usually trim my applicator brushes down so they're not quite so long and floppy, and to me they smell like plastic roses. I doubt I would purchase again, not because it's not nice, just because it's not me.