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MAC lipstick review: HoneyLove

Hello gorgeous people!!!

As promised, this is the review of mac’s honey love, a perfect nude that pops and of all the while i’ve used it, i just discovered it has pink undertone (X_X) but its just in the picture. It actually appears totally nude beige and doesn’t look in any way pinkish (maybe cos im dark) it has a light beige tone, its a lovely everyday lippie and with the perfect lip pencil you can rock this better than you think.

One thing i love about MAC (formerly Make-up Artist Cosmetics: stylized M.A.C) apart from their varieties of shades is the fact that they offer so many finishes -matte, frost, lustre, glaze, amplified, amplified creme, cremesheen, and satin and theres something about dazzle, this lippie glides on perfectly and it has a matte finish, i totally recommend this to anyone from caramel to an NC50 complexion, anyone darker should purchase Mac’s TAUPE its darker, a brown nude with grey undertone its (taupe) so you wont look ghostly with white lips (lol) except you can really tone it down with a mahogany or brown pencil.

Honeylove is matte like i stated before but not so dry like heroine or ruby woo and lasts about 3 hours thats with eating etc…

IMG_1279.JPG I will definitely get one more of this before it finishes 😉 its just too lovely.
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DISCLAIMER: I am in no affiliation with MAC or in any way an advertiser. I bought the product and im not being paid to review it. ( this is my personal experience)


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