Wish I could give this more than 5 stars!
I have pale skin, but dark dark lips. Finding a lipstick that was pigmented enough to show color on them from the drug store (and some high end) was almost impossible. One day I decided to splurge on a MAC lipstick and now I can't stop buying them! They give the best pigmentation of any lipstick i've ever tried. They're not too drying and you can basically find a color for any occasion. If you're a pale skinned girl like me you should definitely try Mac red! It's the best red out there in my opinion.
I'm reviewing M.A.C. Satin red(I dnt see it on the shade selections) It's glides on really smooth and was not as expensive as I thought it would be. YT makes mac products seem so over rated and unattainable. I believe I brought this lipstick for around 19 dollars. Yes, it's a tad bit pricey for a lipstick but it isn't "OMG, I just killed my wallet" expensive lol. Well the red makes me feel confident and my lips don't look choppy with them on. I will buy more I just need to find colors that go with my skin tone. I don't like all lip colors. If you by chance find this lip color I would suggest you grab it and go because you will love it!
Go to red lippie, for sure!
My favorite red MAC lipstick by far! I love the pink tone to this, and I'm pretty sure that was what really won me over with this lipstick. I feel like it made it stand out. Blue Reds, sure. Orange Reds, alright. But Pink Red? Heavenly! It feels alright, not extremely drying, although it does dry my lips some. It stays on for hours, as well as through drinks and light snacks. But I can't say I mind retouching this one.
i love red lipstick and one of my favourite colour right now is mac red.. i think this lipstick is the perfect match for my skintone.. everytime i wear this lipstick people notice and they always comes up to me and say they love the colour on me... its stays on your lips for a while, the only thing is that its stains ur lips and its sort of dries ur lips so u have to make sure the u always put lip balm underneath and a primer...