Release Date: Currently Available Online / Oct. 17, 2103 In Stores
Availability: MAC Stores & Online
A lip finish that fuses the creamy sheen of Cremesheen Lipstick with the shine of M∙A∙C Lipglass. Soft, comfortable, non-sticky. Applies with a doe-foot applicator. Use as a top layer to Lipstick or on its own. Limited-edition Divine Night packaging.
This review is the 4 new, limited-edition Cremesheen Glasses releasing with MAC’s Divine Night Collection. The following shades are reviewed and depicted:
- You’ve Got It: Nude taupe with green pearl
- Flair for Finery: Cool nude
- Private Party: Plum mauve with pearl
- Prepare for Pleasure: Bluish red
Cremesheen Glasses come in cylindrical, clear tubes. These lip glosses cost $2.00 more than regular Cremesheen Glasses and contain a tiny bit more product. The applicators are doe-footed, and the MAC logo on the packaging is gold. I think $22.00 is a pretty steep price for this lip gloss, especially given the small amount of product you get.
You’ve Got It is a translucent nude-taupe with micro-shimmer that looks pretty much clear on the lips with some shimmer.
Flair for Finery is a translucent, yellow-based, slightly dusty pink. This lightens the lips slightly.
Private Party is a plum-mauve with a healthy serving of violet micro-shimmer. This shade has good color to it.
Prepare for Pleasure is a shimmer-less strawberry red with great pigmentation and a translucent finish.
Cremesheen Glasses are supposed to be sheerer in color. But the fact that both You’ve Got It and Flair For Finery do very little besides leaving a glossy finish to the lips makes it particularly hard to accept that you’re paying $22.00 for each gloss. Private Party and Prepare for Pleasure don’t suffer from the same issue, though all Cremesheen Glasses are pretty poor value-for-money because of how little product you get.
These have a medium-thick formula that isn’t sticky and will last about 2 hours on the lips before needing re-application.