|Would buy this product again.||80%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Red, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Green
A gorgeous purplish burgundy colour which can be worn in multiple layers to intensify or tone down the colour. I wear it on it's own with just some mascara and a burgundy blush or blotted down with elaborate eyelooks containing burgundy/berry shades. Texture is very soft, it stays on pretty long and is easily redistributed over the lips. I love wearing it with Clinique's Black Honey eye shadow from the Neutral Territory 2 palette, makes my green eyes pop! I have yet to find a MAC lipstick that isn't superb in quality to be honest, they always have amazing colours & finishes. The two things that are keeping it from being a 5 lippie lipstick is that it travels a bit outside the mouth, even when wearing a lipliner, and that it clings to dry skin on the lip.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
Just like EVERYONE ELSE, I love a good dark lip for fall. After seeing Arden (ARose186) on YouTube use this in her 'everyday fall makeup tutorial' I went to MAC to see if I could pull I off.
Be aware this is a VERY dark purpley red that could easily make you look very gothic. But don't be scared! The sheen supreme formula means the color is very rich, creamy and has a wonderful sheen but this can also be sheered out easily so it isn't so powerful.
One issue I often have with dark lip colors such as these is that as they fade from the lips they get a patchy appearance and little dark flakey bits stuck on my lips. This does not do that at all. It is a more moisturizing color so the lasting power isn't AMAZING but it does provide a nice even stain that fades in a very nice way.
If you are looking for a good, dark lip color for fall an are willing to drop the 15 USD or Good to be Bad, go for it! Because this lippy is pretty darn great!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Black
Lovely gothic dark purple red colour on me, but lasting power is meh. leaves a nice stain as it fades though, so I don't really mind :)
The texture and balminess of this range can't be beat, esp if like me your lips tend to peel.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Hazel
Typically I wear neutral lip colors (pinky-browns), but I wanted to try something bolder than the color Impressive which I already own in this formula. I originally wanted Ultra Darling but it was out of stock in the Mac store that day so I settled for this. I have to say Good to Be Bad shows as a magenta/red on my lips rather than plum/purple (I'm NC-27 for reference). It is a very bright color & really pops when paired with neutral eyes. For less "pop", I'll blot with a tissue after application. However, because of the intense color, I notice it will settle into my lip lines & emphasize them especially as it fades, so it requires more frequent touch-ups. I don't get very long wear out of this formula but I prefer it over the other Mac lipsticks because the others dry my lips. This also tends to leave a pink rim on my skin (when I don't pair it with a lip pencil).
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
I really love the color of this lipstick. It goes on smoothly and the pigmentation is really good. It lasts for hours without fading (especially since it goes on a very deep plum color) and without having to reapply it every now and then. It doesn't dry my lips and isn't sticky. I've been wearing this the whole week--even at work with gorgeous crisp wing liner and I have been getting compliments after compliments with how gorgeous the color suits my medium skintone. Definitely recommend this.