Want create site? Find Free WordPress Themes and plugins.Lipstick Week series — it took me quite a long time to finish this, my golly gosh! It’s been a week since my last post, wow. I’ve already drafted the remaining entries but have yet to do the writeups. I promise myself I will finish this series this week!! Day 5 is all about corals & peaches — I actually only have three and one doesn’t even pull peach/coral on me, just pink — so maybe I should have put it in with the pinks entry but, oh well! Moving on to the lipsticks…
Cut A Caper is a mid-tone peach with a tinge of pink – for me this is the most coral lipstick I have. It’s of Lustre formulation so it’s quite sheer (the swatch above is 2-3 swipes of Cut a Caper). Fanfare (review) is a salmon pink with a hint of coral of cremesheen formulation. Betty Bright is officially described as a light, vibrant peach which does not seem at all the slightest peach to me but more pinky-coral – and is of the satin family. Cut a Caper looks like the younger, more spontaneous cousin of quite-mature Fanfare. It’s a lighter, more coral shade of the two. Fanfare is more salmon and quite muted compared to Cut a Caper. Betty Bright is a bright and adventurous long lost and forgotten relative (or quite possibly not even related) to the first two mentioned. It’s quite closer to being the younger, quite reserved (although still sister of Viva Glam Nicki which is a bolder and much more out-there shade.
IN CLOSINGOverall, I like Cut a Caper the most in terms of coral color and formula. I didn’t think I would like the Lustre formula but because of my reviews on Plumful and now Cut a Caper, I think I’ll be looking into more shades from that line moving forward (should I decide to snap up a MAC lipstick again in the future). I was too insistent on mattes despite my poor, dry and chapped lips — because it was the most long-wearing. That plus I wasn’t keen on glossy finishes. However, after realizing that MAC mattes aren’t the most forgiving on my lips, I’ll be moving on. In fact, I’m quite over my MAC lipstick accumulation stage. Their new collections don’t excite me anymore. I completely skipped the All About Orange collection without looking back. Truth be told, I think I’m over lipsticks for now. I would only budge for a really great formulation (which I think I may have found in another brand that I will feature in my next entry). Formula > color is my mantra now. *crossing my fingers I don’t get full eating all these words up if (not when) I relapse, which I won’t* Unfortunately, I’ve diverted all that lipstick ‘passion’ into NAIL POLISH. I even contemplated on forgoing makeup and just focus on lacquers but alas, my poor applications skills slapped me back to reality. I can NOT do a proper manicure without pulling all my hangnails, wounding myself and throwing bottles in frustration.
Before I end this, do share with me your go-to CORAL lipstick!
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