MAC Whirl Lipstick Review

I have been looking for MAC’s Whirl lipstick ever since I bought the lip liner a few months ago. However, I do prefer the lipsticks over the lip liners as I find them very drying on my lips.

I seScreen Shot 2016-07-03 at 12.26.58 PM.pnglected Whirl in the MAC store. On the first swatch it was exactly the colour I had been searching for. It is comparable to Velvet Teddy by MAC, but Whirl is more of a deep pink versus the traditional brown toned nude of Velvet Teddy. I saw it as the perfect nude to include to my collection. Whirl is a matte shade, and typically the matte shades from other brands dry out my lips, but the ones from MAC are some of my favorite lip shades. I personally think that matte shades look best on my skin tone because they suit my complexion and don’t attract attention to my oily skin.

When WhScreen Shot 2016-07-03 at 12.27.38 PM.pngirl is initially applied it can be a fairly neutral rose shade, but you can build it up to be a deep nude. The shade is a beautiful color that would compliment any neutral eye look, as well as being the perfect party nude shade complete with a Smokey eye. In contrast to most nudes Whirl is more vivid versus an everyday shade. I am the type of person who does not wear bold lipsticks, so this shade is perfect for me when I want a faintly bolder look.

If you are looking for a new lipstick to include to your lipstick collection then I would definitely suggest trying Whirl. It is a very unique shade and I think it looks nice on any skin tone.

Talk soon,

Madison 🙂

 

 

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