UPDATE: I am bumping this up to a full 5 lippies. I have been skewing my makeup soft pink for months now (Hourglass Ethereal Glow or MAC Well Dressed Blush, MAC Creme cup or Maybelline Lust for Blush Color Whisper lipsticks, etc) and this gloss is the perfect top coat. It is even nice over matte lip pencils when they start to feel a bit dry. Loving this...don't want to buy another one, but I fear I am going to break down.
ORIGINAL REVIEW: MAC Cremesheen Lipglasses are my favorite lip glosses, but the are getting crazy expensive for something you can go through quite quickly. Fashion Scoop is a an almost clear milky pink. Don't buy this if you are looking for an opaque lip color. However, if you are looking to softly mute (with a pink tone) your lips down, but still have a sexy pout, this is nice. Admittedly, the first time I put it on, I thought "crap, I just paid $22 for clear gloss." But then I realized it does look really nice when I go for my winter look of uber soft pink (soft pink lips and cheeks-i.e. MAC Well Dressed & Creme Cup), it really does look lovely. So I am going to enjoy this lovely lip gloss until it is done, but I will not run out to replace right now due to the cost vs. quick usage issue. If you are looking for a muted lip/soft lip gloss, MAC's Boy Bait offers more opaque coverage, but still gives you that muted soft lip look. However, Boy Bait skews much more noticeably beige (almost peach vs Fashion Scoop), so keep that in mind. I do think Boy Bait offers the most universal appeal (in terms of working with skin color, seasonal use, covering lip color). I am NW20, with almost black hair (3N), brown eyes, mauve lips.