Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Review: MAC Dazzleglass in Moth To Flame



Hello! Today I'll be reviewing my go-to lip gloss, MAC's Dazzleglass in Moth To Flame!



The gloss comes in MAC's usual simplistic packaging. It's a bit longer than their lipsticks. It comes in a clear tube branded with the MAC logo on each side, with a black cap with a brush inside. What I especially love is the fact that it comes with a flexible brush and not your usual doe-foot applicator. The color looks warm and golden in the tube.

Swatches!
(all in direct sunlight)

MAC describes this as "sheer neutral beige with violet pearl." The color is just a simple warm nude gloss with lots and lots of sparkle suspended inside, hence the Dazzleglass name. The glitter is silver, gold, and even a pinky fuchsia, as you can see in the picture, which I think makes it really unique. The texture is more sticky, but I don't personally find that unpleasant.


Here it is on the lips! Super glossy, not too much color, but full of sparkle. Goes with any look!

Roundup time!
(all ratings are out of 5)

Staying Power: ♫♫♫♫
Average wear time for a gloss, a little bit longer. The stickiness keeps it on.

Value: ♫♫♫
Eh. The gloss comes with 1.2g of product for $20, while you could buy a less sparkly tinted lipglass and get 4.8g for $15. If sparkle is important to you, by all means, go for it, but 3.6g for $5 less is a much better price.

Quality: ♫♫♫♫♫
Feels better than your average $2 lip gloss on the lips.

Pigmentation: N/A
It's not really supposed to be pigmented! However, I do think it adds a nice tone to the lips.

Would I buy it again?: It's the perfect gloss color for me!


And that's all! Hope you enjoyed!

-<3 Angie

And hey, you know what goes well with Moth To Flame?

Like Moths To Flames. ;)

(Their new song is rad, listen to it, the end)


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