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What is lipstick made of?
MAC Lipsticks delivers intense colour payoff and are available in 8+ Textures and over 150 shades. Lipsticks can come in bullet or liquid form. Our textures include Retro Matte, Matte, Satin, Amplified, Cremesheen, Frost, Lustre and our newest additions to the bullet family Powder Kiss & Love Me. All smelling divine with a subtle hit of Vanilla due to our Vanillin ingredient (a pure extract of the vanilla bean).
The ingredients variety from texture to texture due to each Lipstick delievering it’s own unique and individual benefits. For example, a luxurious Love me Lipstick called Tres Blase, (perfect with Boldly Bare Lip Liner) feels buttery and creamy on the lips due to it being an argan oil-infused lipstick. Making it a beautiful all day moisturising, comfortable lipstick. Our most iconic lipstick Ruby Woo, being part of our Retro Matte Lipstick Family is very unique in formula to create the ultimate Matte all day wear Red Lipstick. Within Retro Mattes formula contains special wax which allows the lipstick to repel moisture, giving that long lasting finish. A perfect match to the Ruby Woo lipstick, as well as its best friend Ruby Woo Liner, is our Prep & Prime Lip. This lip primer essential in every lipstick lovers collection, contains all the beautiful ingredients to help your lipstick glide on effortlessly. Ceresin Is a key ingredient to help provide immediate hydration, the perfect base for ultra and Matte textures like our beloved blue-red bestie Ruby Woo. MAC have also created Retro Matte liquid lips for the babes that want a mattest of matte pigment soaked colour. And the new Powder Kiss Liquid lip allows you to create a beautiful blurred effect, long lasting lip. Lastly, Powerkiss liquid lips hydrates the lip using Vitamin E to keep them lips feeling hydrated for 10 hours.
WRITTEN BY A PRO MAC ARTIST, IN MAC CARNABY STREET