Anyway, I got my hands on 'Peach Blossom' (£15.50) which is a cremesheen formulation. I don't own many cremesheens', but what I do know is that they are super moisturising - a lovely high glossy shine finish. Cremesheens' are almost like a lip balm, lipgloss and lipstick in one.
The formula and colour is actually very similar to 'Bare Again', which is my go to every-day nude, however 'Peach Blossom' is more on the pinky side.
MAC describe 'Peach Blossom' as a frosted cool nude shade which I don't really agree with, it's more of a pinky-peach nude shade with no frostiness.
I have to admit, I did think that this colour would be a little more on the peachier side hence the name, but I love it none the less. It's perfect for every day wear or it would be great as a bridal lippy.
The only downside to this lipstick is the longevity. It lasts for around 3 hours before needing to re-apply. But that is expected with high shine finishes'.
I don't think my pictures are really doing this lipstick much justice, it's honestly so beautiful and glossy in person. Seriously, next time you're at a MAC counter, swatch this! Or watch my Luxury Beauty Haul vlog to see it's beautifulness.
Overall, I'm completely and utterly in love with this lipstick. It's becoming a firm favourite nude lipstick of mine! I highly recommend this if you're on the look-out for a new subtle pinky gloss nude. It will suit most skin-types, especially fair to medium.
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