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Eyeshadow Addicts Anonymous: MAC Angel vs Creme Cup -- Lipstick Review and Swatches
Credits go to the rightful owners. I bought MAC Creme Cup quite a few years ago, but only very recently figured out the best way to wear it! The formula is a Cremesheen, so you can expect great color payoff from it while still being moisturizing. Angel has stronger pink tones in it. They're very, very similar, though!
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On your lips, you can't even tell the difference. You definitely want to get only one or the other, though. You really don't need both!
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But if you're a hoarder like me, then be my guest! Hehe Fairer skin tones can certainly handle piling this on to get an opaque, nude pink lip. Piling it on doesn't quite work for my warm, Asian skintone though. Because I'm medium-skinned, too thick a layer can make the color look almost pasty.
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Also, piling it on intensifies the blue undertones in this, and I just found that to look a bit awkward against my warm skin. Ever since then, I sort of just pushed this to the back of my drawer and forgot about it. Indeed, Creme Cup is nothing like Angel yet it's doubtfully similar, but still a better pick for fair skintones. Let me tell you why MAC Creme Cup is definitely an eye catcher if you love pink nudes. With a defining pink base and lightened neutral nude property, it's a no brainer.
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It's like a delicate pastel pink porcelain, vibrant enough to suit any lighter skintones yet cute at the core. In the bullet, it's a perfect neutral pink while it transfers a bit cooler and lighter. It's light enough for my fair skintone, while it leaves pink hue that's not overpowering the nude effect.
Angel was way more medium pink on my skin rather than ''neutral pink nude'' that I was looking for. Talking about Angel Probably not, you should rather pick other shades instead. Keep in mind, Creme Cup is better suited for lighter skintones, while Angel is universally flattering but definitely not a must have ''pink nude'' on fair ladies. Cremesheen formula makes the whole experience a bit more pleasant with creamy rich texture but still pigmented color.
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Lipstick feels nourishing yet it lasts a decent amount of time. While the color itself looks quite common and I was pre-excited to match a perfect dupe, I had difficulties finding a close shade. You could maybe find a similar color in extensive Catrice range, while I don't own anything similar from European drugstores. Though, there is an alternative to Creme Cup in the UK. It has a glossier finish and the color itself is slightly pinker and warmer. Also, Korean makeup is filled with dupes for MAC lipsticks.
It's close to Creme Cup, but has a darker pink base, exactly the same as Angel. If you already own a tons of different ''neutral nude pinks'', then you probably don't need Creme Cup. It's flattering on almost every skintone and if you're still searching for the right balance between nude and pink, Creme Cup is definitely a good try. Personally, I think I was delaying purchase for too long.
It's not the most unique shade you'll be seeing but a good firm staple for every day. Email This BlogThis! Maliha Rao 24 May at Serene Kurd 24 May at Mateja 24 May at Sara PassingFancy 24 May at Heather Nixon 24 May at Philocalist 24 May at Beauty Girl 24 May at Eloise 24 May at