Finally, I’m getting around to using MAC celebration Line! I got this a while back as my Back to MAC item, where I returned 6 MAC empties for a lipstick. That was back in September. But the shade I selected was rather a deep plum colour, a lot more of a Fall-looking shade that I had to wait up until just recently to wear.
Plus, I had to work up the nerve to wear this deep colour!
Party Line is a Creamsheen, as well as as per the name, it’s a creamy formula with a shiny finish. I have one other Creamsheen formula lipstick from a MAC LE collection as well as I rather like the feel on the lips.
I honestly don’t recall where I had heard about the shade celebration Line, however it’s been on my desire listing for ages.
And when I went into MAC to select my complimentary lipstick, I wished to get something that was somewhat outside of my comfort zone (so no MLBB shades). I used this on my lips at the store as well as liked exactly how polished it made my deal with look (I had minimal makeup on that day). Party Line is described by MAC as:
The colour in the bullet appears deeper than exactly how it applies:
In fact, it’s not all that much deeper than a few of the shades I already own:
L a r:
• Elizabeth Arden color Intrigue effects Lipstick in Vine cream (this lipstick has gone off as well as needs to be throw out)
• Clarins Rouge Prodige in fusion Red
• MAC celebration Line
• Illamasqua Glamore Lipstick in Minx (very close to celebration Line!)
• Shiseido best Rouge in RD750 harmony (this one is my current favourite!)
But look at exactly how different the lipstick bullets look against each other (Illamasqua Minx looks downright nude in the bullet):
I truly believed I went out of my comfort zone with celebration Line as well as got such a deep shade however alas, I believe I just skirted at the edges of my comfort zone. I’d state it has a a lot more plummy tone compared to the others I have. I do truly such as this lipstick though – it’s extremely comfortable to wear as well as has a somewhat sheer / tinted quality that makes it wearable for daytime. The colour is extremely lovely on my NC20 skin tone. I’m thankful I Back to MAC for this! MAC lipsticks usually expense $20 CAD for 3g.
Have you Back to MAC for lipsticks before? What did you choose?
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