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I am a bit surprised that I am writing ONE MORE review on the Love me lipstick by MAC (because I have already got one here and one here). But surprisingly for me, I got 2 more shades, 03 Daddy’s Girl & 420 Nine Lives, as a Xmas present and I have to review it because they are a bit different than Coffee & Cigs and Joie de Vivre in regards to its characteristics.
Design. The Love me lipstick collection is divided into three color families: Reds, Purples, and Nudes/Corals, with eight lipsticks in each (24 total). The lipstick is placed in a black cardboard box with a slight gradient, the lipsticks are from different “color families” therefore the color of the gradient is different for each. The lipstick packaging itself is a bullet-shaped case that is traditional for all lipsticks of this brand. However, in this collection the case is not only glossy but also has a gradient that reflects the shade group.
The weight of the product is 3 grams, the lipstick is produced in the USA.
Shade, texture and applying.
403 Daddy’s Girl
This shade is not really my type, I would definitely not to pick it myself. The shade is cold pink with a little bit of white undertone in it. With my skin tone the shade looks a bit controversial, but overall it is not bad.
The 403 Daddy’s Girl is a bit capricious due to its color, and can emphasize all imperfections (especially in the winter). The texture of the lipstick is still the same; it is very gel-ish, it is very creamy and comfortable. On one of the pictures, you can see that the color is “stuck” in one of the folders of my lips (because it was super dry). So, if you have textured lips be aware of that. This shade does not tint lips and gets off very delicately.
420 Nine Lives
It is definitely a bright and rich fuchsia color, it is deep and bold. The texture is the same as 403 Daddy’s Girl but thanks to the color it lays perfectly, it does not emphasize imperfections, but is does moisturize the lips, and feels very comfortable. The lipstick gets off very delicately, but leaves quite a bright stain and can be removed fully only with a makeup remover.
On some pictures, it looks more red-ish, but in real life, it’s a bright deep raspberry shade.
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On the official MAC website, this lipstick is possible to purchase for $19.