I’ve raved about a lot of MAC collections this week, and the MAC Botanic Panic Lipsticks launched as part of the limited edition MAC Botanic Panic collection back in the spring.
“Frantic for a romantic summer look? Curb your craze with the iconic product that made M·A·C famous – now in a maze of seasonal shades.
Best-selling shades of Retro Matte Lipstick in Ruby Woo and Frost Lipstick in Skew join all-new hues of Matte Lipstick in Tulip Service, La-Di-Dahlia and Forget-Me-Naughty for a garden variety of on-trend colour at every twist and fantastical turn. All blooming in fabstract fleurescent packaging.“
The MAC Botanic Panic Lipstick is housed in one of my favourite MAC lipstick packaging designs they’ve ever launched as part of a limited edition collection. With the prettiest lilac casing, with a watercolour floral design print. They look incredible, and even the boxes are beautiful too!
From the five shades of lipsticks within the Botanic Panic collection, I decided upon Skew, as it looked unique to any other lipsticks I own. The MAC Botanic Panic Lipstick, in the shade Skew, is described as being a coral with a pink duochrome.
The top swatch is one single swipe of the lipstick, and the second swatch is four swipes. As you can see, it’s a relatively sheer lipstick, but the formula is a MAC Frost, and they tend to be more sheer.
It’s a really pretty, wearable rosy pink, and whilst it does look duochrome in the bullet, there’s no noticeable shifts on the lips, but it’s pretty nonetheless. It kinda reminds me of a pinker version of MAC Patisserie, and it’s the kind of shade which complements pretty much any makeup look.
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