Neat and New to Me
Unlike my Unsung Heroes series, which features permanent collection products I’ve known and loved a long time, the Neat and New to Me series showcases permanent collection products that slipped under my radar for a while, but then I discovered them! — and now I think they’re neat and new to me.
Just when you thought you didn’t need ONE MOAR PINK LIPSTICK!
Who are we kidding…? There’s always room for one more pink lipstick, and this one by MAC is a real contender. I just wish I’d found it sooner because…isn’t it gorgeous!? 🙂 It’s called Cosmo, and it’s one of MAC’s Amplified Lipsticks — the ones with the creamy, long-lasting formula of which I’m a big fan.
It’s classified as a brownish pink, but I think it’s more pink than brown on my NC42 skin. I’ve heard through the makeup grapevine, which is code for, “I went to the MAC counter and talked to a few artists about it,” that Cosmo 1) registers as a pink on lighter skin tones as well and 2) looks amaze-balls on olive-toned skin.
So if your skin has yellow undertones, pour yourself a Cosmo, honey! (It should be noted that this one will not cause hangovers.)
Another thing I love about this color — other than the color, I mean — is how it fades. I put it on the other day around 3, then went about my business. Chatted with the neighbors, took some pictures for the blog, pet Tabs (FOR A WHILE), went to go get a regularly scheduled blood test and stopped by HomeGoods to look at autumnal dinner plates.
When I checked my makeup later at around 7:30, I could still see a hint of Cosmo on my lips. It had lost its creamy shine, of course, but it hadn’t lost its color. It turned into a pretty, pink stain.
Cosmo is my new favorite everyday pink lipstick. Try it sometime! I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,
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P.P.S. I’m coming down with a cold. 🙁
Boo. I was hoping it was just allergies when my nose started getting stuffy yesterday afternoon, but I don’t think so now. It’s a cold.
I’m gonna head back to bed for a while and see how I feel later, but I may have to miss the symphony tonight… Hopefully Tabs puts on his nurse’s cap and takes care of me. I’ve heard he makes a mean chicken soup.