Wearing MAC’s new Mineralize Glass in Modern Romance ($22), one of 12 shades available now
This one’s totally for the gals on Team Cremesheen (of which I’m one!). The new MAC Mineralize Glass lipglosses are the bombdizzle (did I really just say that?), especially if you appreciate the super smooth texture of the Cremesheens and love hella hydrating glosses.
MAC Mineralize Glasses from the top down in Modern Romance, Cheerful, Got Style and Tender
MBB FUN FACT: I always bring a tube of Deelight Cremesheen Glass with me whenever I travel by plane 1) because I lurve it and 2) because of how dry my lips get, but I may have to cheat on Deelight a little with one of these new Mineralize Glasses… They’re just SO moisturizing — maybe even a little more than the Cremesheens — and have a similarly silky smooth, non-sticky texture.
MAC Mineralize Glass in Cheerful, a mid-toned coral with a creamy finish
Could the secret to their hydrating handiness be hiding among the 77 moisturizing minerals (of which I can’t find a list) packed into each tube? Perhaps! I do have to say that my perpetually parched pout feels smoother, softer and quenched when I wear them.
The texture, while similar to the Cremesheens, feels a touch thicker to me. When I apply a Cremesheen Glass and rub my lips together, the formula feels very thin and almost watery, whereas the feel of these Mineralize Glasses reminds me of a MAC Plushglass…except without the bee sting.
MAC Mineralize Glass in Tender, a light cool pink with a creamy finish
They come in 12 shades, grouped into Frost and Cream finishes, and I’m kinda hot for the Frosts…
Hot for the Frosts? LOL!
The Frosts! You know how some frosty glosses can settle into lip lines and look funky? These don’t do that. Both the Frosts and the Creams apply smoothly and evenly, and they don’t pool into different areas of my lips or look patchy.
I think MAC did a bang-up job with these finishes.
MAC Mineralize Glass in Got Style, a mod-toned cool mauve with a frosty finish