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MAC Lipstick Review [ PINK NOUVEAU ] A63

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MAC’s Pink Nouveau is a satin lipstick (which is matte with a mild grease finish, not so dry). It is a shade of
pink that is bold yet dull.
When applied, it glides on nice but tends to crease (that means your lip liner and balm should be your best friend). A little goes a long way for dark skin sisters (like myself ^__^).
Some think its similar to pink plaid but for me its not, they are two different shades.

IMG_8495.JPG Pink plaid is more nude and warms up my complexion (which i loveeeee) while Pink nouveau does nothing to my complexion and is a deeper pink (more saturated) but still lovely.
Price: Got this directly from the Mac store (lagos) so it was cheaper N3,800
Liners that will do
Due to the particular shade of pink, deep brown,
purple,
plum raisin liners will do well with this lippie ( … Don’t forget to blend out your liners, so you don’t end up looking like a 1960’s Drag queen)
Nothing more to say about this lipstick but i must say i prefer pink plaid to pink nouveau, haven’t tried out Mac’s St.Germain, it probably would have my heart also… But the lighter you are, the better with pink nouveau.

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Hope this post was helpful in your lipstick choice and let me know what you think about the lippies. Also follow my IG HERE and twitter HERE don’t forget to follow/subscribe to this blog on the right sidebar more things coming up, nail art tutorials, swatches etc (you also can do it yourself). Thank you for viewing stay blessed xxx

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Liz x

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