Whether one is a make-up junkie or not, we all (women more than men) end up using some or the other form of make-up to look and feel good. And this isn’t just about vanity or being self-involved. Looking good and feeling good leads to more confidence in how we manage ourselves and the kind of image we project in the outside world and in turn, how we are perceived. Our guest reviewer today knows about all that and more!
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For not just looking good, but feeling confident Pamela recommends the MAC Retro Matte Liquid Lipcolor: Burnt Spice.
This is what she has to say about it, “I use this product since long . For those who love lipsticks and mostly the shades which are nude tones . This has a lovely texture , stays for long , and the best thing is that it merges well with any other colour ( retro matte of MAC) Or any other brand – to give you a nude tone . Great for Indian skintone . And great for day and workwear . I mix it with lipsticks n lipliners that are maroons, mauves , brown and voila a new colour emerges 🤩!! Love it . Totally recommend it . One thing to note – it’s matte so will feel dry on the lip. In that case you can mix with a lipstick that has a moist consistency.”
MAC products are available on most major e-commerce platforms but the cost of this products varies significantly. It retails for Rs.1850 on Makeupandbeauty.com, Rs.2050 on Myntra.com, Rs.2200 on Nykaa.com and beyond Rs.4300 on Amazon.in.
And yes, MAC products are high-end and may not initially come across as a good buy purely from the price standpoint. But they have quite a few options wrt the Indian skin tones and they last a good long time when used properly.
So the question to ask is this…are you worth a MAC?