10 MAC Matte Finish Lipsticks You Must Check Out
MAC has a really popular range of matte lipsticks. Most of the shades from their Matte and Retro Matte are cult favourites. Thought the finish can be drying sometimes but if you wear these shades after proper exfoliation then your lips will look wonderful. You can try this matte finish lipsticks from MAC-
Fashion Revival is described by MAC as a matte berry shade.. Mac matte lipsticks are creamy in texture that glide super smoothly on lips without any tugging or pulling of lips. The lipstick turns true matte within few minutes of application which is good during summer but during winter it is bit drying. The lipstick is quite pigmented and it stays pretty 5-6 hours with slight fading if you are having meals in between.The shade is a versatile shade. One can’t go wrong with this shade. It will suit from fair to dusky skin beauties in its own way.
It is a super stunning shade from MAC’s “The Strength” collection. It is a vivid reddish pink. Sometimes it looks neon-ish when layered. It is not as much drying as other MAC mattes. It glides smoothly on lips, and settles into a semi matte finish after few minutes. It is insanely pigmented. It gives a strong, vibrant, opaque color in just one swipe.
This looks deep down fuchsia colour under sunlight but it is actually a deep purple plum colour. Mac has a perfect blend of Matte Texture , which is neither too drying and nor it cracks. Still make sure you moisturize your lips well before applying it. No Smudge. No Budge.
It’s a nice brownish shade but it will wash you out if you are dusky. For NC 42 and lighter skin tones, it looks great and it’ll suit even better to wheatish complexion beauties. It doesn’t dry out the lips.
Mac Pander Me is a very pretty and unique shade. MAC describes it as ‘ soft peachy mocha’. The lipstick does have a close resemblance to the description. It can be described as medium brown with burnt orange undertones. It may look more brown or more orange depending on your skin tones. For our Indian skin tone, it is more brown with soft peachy undertone. Brightens up the face and is very creamy and smooth. It has super pigmentation and applies evenly.
Any talk about matte lipsticks is incomplete without Ruby Woo. It was the pioneer of Retro Matte. Mac defines it as a blue based perfect red in ‘Matte Finish’. This Colour is for every skin tone. One of the MAC’s Hot selling lip colour. The Pigmentation is opaque to full coverage. Can hide pigmented lips easily. It does not bleed thanks to matte finish and it can even last eating. Stays put for 4-5 hrs.
It’s a bright orange lipstick with strong orange red undertones in it. Application is smooth and one feels its creamy while applying it but with time it starts getting dry and bit flaky. It does need a lip balm underneath to avoid the problem.
A bright orange-red or reddish orange, whatever you call it. A very flamboyant, cheerful shade which looks fresh, young and bold. Lady Danger has a much creamier texture and doesn’t feel drying on lips. The texture is somewhat close to MAC’s satin range. It helps in smoother application with no tugging or pulling. This is one hell of a pigmented lipstick. You get the intense, bold and bright color with just a single swipe.
DIVA is described as intense reddish burgundy it is warm toned muted deep maroon burgundy red shade with soft sheen , as its not retro matte you can see slight sheen in them and this makes it easy to wear colour on any skin tone and at any time of the day.
Pink Plaid is a pretty baby pink shade with blue undertones. It is quite similar to MAC Mehr but Pink Plaid is much lighter and is listed as a dirty blue pink by MAC. It looks great on fair skinned ladies but it might wash out tan lovelies. Since it is a matte finish lipstick, it tends to settle in fine lines.Completely opaque in just one swipe. It stays for 6 to 7 hours. Glides well and has super smooth finish.
Have you tried these MAC Matte Finish Lipsticks?
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