Saturday, 29 October 2011

MAC Lipstick "Dare You" - Review and Pictures

Hello Everyone,

Hope all of you had a great Diwali. :-) 

Shy of wearing red lipstick? Here is a safe shade from MAC to start with wearing red lipstick. MAC lipstick in "Dare You" is a warm scarlet red color with tiny golden sparkles in famous Creamsheen formula. It is very wearable as the golden sparkle tones it down a little bit. The sparkles are not really visible when applied but I think they warms up the shade and gives the lipstick a golden glow, if that makes sense. 

In terms of longevity, it stays put for good 5-6 hours with eating and drinking. It leaved behind stained lips and doesn't really come off with water. You have to use a make-up remover to properly remove it from the lips. To me this not a problem at all, but some of you my not always like to use use make-up remover to remove lipsticks. Awesome pigmentation and color pay-off, you just need a swipe and you are good to go. 

It's great for fall/ winter seasons and an absolutely great shade for the upcoming wedding season in India. All the brides to be, it's a great shade for you! :-) 

Here are some pictures and a look using this lipstick: 

For full break-down of the products used, click here
Which is your favorite red lipstick? 

Have a great weekend! 



  1. I have to tell this :) you are such an awesome inspiration Eesha! I am following ur blog for quite a while :) For any MAC product review/swatch/selection (for Indian skin tones) your blog is my MAC Bible :) love u loads! keep up the good work and good luck dear :)


  2. Aww.... Rekha..... Thank you so much sweetie :-)
    I will try my best to always improve upon whatever I post. Thanks again for a lovely comment. :-)

  3. looking great on u............

  4. wooooooooow...perfect red lipstick..
    have seen many shades but nothing compared to this one....!loved the makeup too :)

  5. Looks awesome..


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