M.A.C Divine Night Cremesheen Lipglass in Flair for Finery review

The holiday M.A.C Divine Night collection includes five new and limited edition shades just in time for the holidays. Cremesheen Glasses have a nice, non-sticky, medium-weight, creamy consistency that is comfortable to wear.  Unfortunately, there are two major downsides:  they don’t last long at all, and there’s little product inside the tube, even though they seem larger. MAC Lipglass usually contains 0.17 fl. oz., whereas these ones contain 0.08 fl. oz.

Flair for Finery is described by M.A.C as a “cool nude.” It’s a peachy-beige with subtle warm undertones. It is a sheer, milky pink with a cream finish.  It looks almost cool-toned in the tube, but it turns quite peach with a hint of pink when I applied on my lips. For me, the shade is the perfect nude that i have been looking for: it's not too pale that I look washed out, and not too dark that looks zombie-like on my lips (if you know what I mean).  I think it would look goot to top off on your favorite nude or pink lipstick. 

It had semi-sheer color coverage, settled somewhat into lip lines, and left lines when I pressed my lips together. It lasted two hours on my lips. It has a non-sticky, cream like texture on my lips that I wasn't bothered like any other lip gloss, and maybe that is the reason why it didn't last long enough.
Swatch after one hour of application
They are vanilla-scented, like the usual M.A.C lip products, but have no discernible taste.  If you normally love this formula or don’t mind the shorter wear time, then this product is really pretty. 

Samples has been sent for review
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