|Would buy this product again.||73%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Curly Eyes: Brown
At first, I was very disappointed and unimpressed with this lipstick. But I must say, it really grew on me. It a nice nude color for tan or dark complexions.
This also works best if I put red lipstick on and leave it in enough to stain my lips, removing the red lipstick and then applying Antiquitease. This is what I did in the picture I uploaded. Even without this method the lipstick is fantastic, and though the lipstick is subtle on tan/dark skin, it's hue stands out very well because it turns to beautiful shimmery coppery/pink.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Red Eyes: Green
how i thought this would even look good i have no idea. it's so ugly i'm actually getting angry writing about it. just really not for me.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Green
MAC do such a lot of lip colours it's difficult to choose between them! This one looked like my sort of thing - I'm a green-eyed redhead with fair skin. The lipstick is a coppery gold colour, described as a Frost. It is a bit frosty, but not too much - I am too old for anything too shimmery.
The colour is good as it's not too dark for my fair skin and there's quite a bit of gold in it, which compliments my hair colour (which is more of a stawberry blonde than an auburn).
Not especially long-lasting, unfortunately, but I have yet to find a lipstick that lasts, except for those horrid ones that dry your lips up. This one is quite creamy and moisturizing.
I may buy it again next time, on the other hand I may select from one of MAC's myriad other colours.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
The other reviewers have described the color very well. In the tube it does look imposing but it looks beautiful on. I am half asian with yellow undertones and this lipstick is a neutral with a kick! It looks great on its own. I wish I had bought 2. This is one of my favorite mac colors.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
Beautiful. I bought two because I will be melting it down into a pot l/s and doing Back to MAC once again. Good thing they had this in stock, a lot of retails don't anymore. I was thinking about getting Queen's Sin and Budding Lust, but neh. The MA paired this with a lustreglass and I bought it as well but it looks more brownish (Beaux Lustreglass), which was what I was going for. Bad thing about this is I believe its a Frost formula, so Lustreglass+Frost lipstick= no long term results like a Satin Formula.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is a gorgeous shimmery coppery bronze. A little goes a long way. Love the vanilla scent.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Other, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
You guys, this is really beautiful! I rarely wear neutrals, so this is the perfect thing for me - it's neutral-esque, but shimmery and richly copper, with just enough pink to keep me from looking all washed out and stuff. I'm in the NC family (depending on season, anywhere from 15 to 30 +), and I usually do the goth thing, but this works well with either dramatic eyes and my purple hair all down, or for a more casual kind of glowy look. Sometimes I wear big white gowns out to goth clubs, and this is going to be so perfect with the black, cream and gold thing I usually do with my makeup for those occasions. Excellent stuff.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Green
I'm a PPP with golden red hair & hazel/blue eyes, and love my MAC Dubonnet l/s, but have been looking for a neutral lippy for those days I want a low maintaince look. When I saw the Holiday Collection model wearing Antiquitease l/s, I immediately ordered it in anticipation that it would set off my eyes, skin, & hair as it does for her. No such luck. On me, Antiquitease is VERY gold...Solid Gold dancer gold...with only a hint of red shimmer at my lipline. My husband said it matched my hair, but otherwise it made my face look dull and washed out. I love MAC's formula, the price ain't bad for the quality (and that's saying something since before MAC I wouldn't buy any l/s over $4 at the drugstore), but this color just didn't work for me. Disappointing, since it seems to be aimed at women with my coloring, and I'm really jealous if this shade works for you!! ; )
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I really like this for what it is. On me it is a bronzish copperish goldish color depending on what I have on with it. It seems to reflect the colors around it so it is very versatile. The color stays a long time without reapplying and the feel of the lipstick is better than most frosts but like most MACs I have it is a bit dry. I don't think I'll buy it again because it is special but not that special. I am very bored with neutral lips and this is a step up from that without being blaring so I am happy with it. And, it will match a lot of my fall outfits. I also got the gold pigment from this line and it is really more burgundy on me and it is very pretty.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
In the tube this looks brown and daunting. It probably helps that my very warm skintone tends to bring out the pink in lipsticks. Lightly applied, this is just a lovely bronzey pink on me with a lot of shimmer. Heavily applied, it's costumey -- like coating one's lips in copper foil.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
I was in a bit of a buying frenzy in the MAC store yesterday and against my better judgement, bought this lipstick. Nothing wrong with it, I'm just more into a nude lip look now. But in the interest of looking "festive' for the holidays, I thought I should mis it up a little. This really is a pretty shade. In my bathroom, which has a ton of natural light, it looked much lighter than in the store, both in the tube and on my lips. It actually does show up with a little pinkish tone mixed into the overall copper color. The formula is great..smooth and longlasting. This is a color that can be almost neutral if applied with a light hand or really dark and dramatic if you pile it on. While it's not exactly my cup of tea, I give it high marks for both the color and the formula. I think this would really beautiful on someone with pale skin.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I got this lipsick today and the s/a paired it wih burgundy lippencil and it looked great. I tried with buerre liner and it seemed more pinky.
On me this color by itself it a goldy bronze I don't see a lot of pink in it.
The texture is amazing for a frost - there was no gritty feeling.
For reference I am a NC30 with black hair
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Red Eyes: Green
I was walking into the local MAC store, minding my own business, when one of the MA's literally *ran* up to me, and asked if I had seen the new collection yet. I'm thinking "Hello! The collection came out TODAY. So, no, I haven't 'seen it' yet... jeez;" but I politely smiled, said no, and promptly was led to the display. We discussed a couple of eyeshadows, when he said "You have to buy this!"
"This" was the Antiquities l/s. A nearby MA, with her own client, stopped what she was doing, and said "OMG! YES! You have to get that!" They begged me to apply it, so I did. And they were right - I had to buy it.
A perfect bronzey-pink, it complements my skintone and, well, kinda "works" with my hair. My color is *very* similar to the model used on the display - uber pale (NC15, maybe), reddish-blondish hair. What I really liked about the lipstick was that I felt very comfortable in it - I didn't feel like everybody would be "You're wearing lipstick!" I wore it around the store, and for several hours later - no touchups needed (My major gripe with lipsticks in general is then need to reapply - I hate doing that!). The only thing I didn't like was how dry my lips felt underneath the color after a couple of hours. That's my own fault for not having Blistex on :( The MA recommended a cremeliner, Raw Refined, which matched Antiquitease perfectly on me.
I'm just not sure how original this color is - I remember seeing similar colors from Maybelline.. Of course, I don't know if those were also LE or not. Regardless, give this lipstick a swatch next time you're at the MAC counter/store.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is a coppery pink on me and it really compliments my skin tone. Unlike most pinks, this one didn't wash me out and look too pale on my face, and unlike most coppers, this one didn't look overly brown at all. It's a perfect balance. The finish is almost metallic, but it doesn't feel drying. Although the staying power is a little lacking, the color is just so pretty I don't mind reapplying. Another thing I like about this lipstick is that you can layer it to build up the intensity. This is another great product from MAC and I can't wait for the rest of the Holiday collection to come out!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Olive, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Another great lippie from the collection, but it isn't my fav like Queen's Sin. I paired Antiquitease with Majestic lip glass and it was nice, but I think I am going to go back for Corsett to pair it with.