Thursday, 20 October 2011

MAC "Going Dutch" Lipstick - Review, Pictures, Swatches and FOTD

Hello Everyone,

Hope you all are having a great week so far. 

I have always been afraid of wearing frost finish lipsticks, as it always washes me out. But, Going Dutch from MAC is one lipstick which really freshens up my face unlike other frost finish lipsticks. It's a beautiful bright blue-pink shade with great longevity and awesome pigmentation, just one swipe on upper & lower lips and voila! It's already more than 4 hours I wore it and it still looks nice even after having a cup of tea with some bread toast. Looks nice on my warm skin and I am sure it would suite a wide range of skintones. 

I would recommend it to everyone who love pink lipsticks. :) 

Note: I couldn't see it in the MAC's website, but it's available in the stores. 

Here are some pictures, swatches and a simple look wearing Going Dutch:  

Just a single swipe

Hope you liked it on me. Have you tried MAC's frost finish lipsticks? 

Have a great week ahead.



  1. u r looking very nice esha................ the shade is fabulous

  2. Frost looks great on you. You shouldn't be afraid of wearing it again :)

  3. @ Ani: Thanks
    @ Pandora's Bos: Thanks, yeah will love to wear it! :)

  4. I have never tried any finishes in MAC other than cremesheen...but somehow I feel eesha that frost will never suit me..phir bhi try karoongi

    This looks pretty on you :-))

  5. @ Shalini: Thanks, glad you liked it :)

    @ G.G.G.: Thank you so much Poorni. Do try it out, probably it's a bright shade in itself so doesn't wash out. Frost lipsticks wash me also out.

  6. Eesha...

    yeah..I shud try atleast one..lets see

    Btw, your blog doesnt show posts even now in my blogger reader..I still get to know of ur posts only when I see ur comments in other blogs..

  7. That's a gorgeous color! Looks absolutely fabulous on you :)

  8. wow! this is one cute pinky shade...very my kindsa pink in fact! hehe...u luk so pretty in it Eesh!

  9. such a pretty lippie shade ...

  10. @ Zara: Thanks dear. Do try it out :)

    @ Sahar: Thanks


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