Floating Lotus is a very sheer lipgloss. Rather than imparting true colour to my lips, it leaves them with a faint pink tint, a subtle gold shimmer, and a wet-look shine.
MAC Cremesheen Glass tends not to be a sticky formula, and this, for me, is a huge positive. I hate wearing a sticky lipgloss, because I always seem to end up with my hair stuck to my lips.
Floating Lotus fits the bill of being a comfortable, non-sticky lipgloss. The trade-off is that it is no particularly long wearing. When I wear Floating Lotus, I feel the need to reapply every 2 to 2.5 hours and sometimes more frequently.
This doesn’t worry me in the slightest, I’m more than happy to regularly reapply my gloss, but if you prefer a stickier, long-wearing formula, Cremesheen Glass might not be for you.
Anything else worth mentioning?:
I adore the light, vanilla smell of all MAC lip products and this is no exception. Even better, it is absolutely tasteless, so I’m not tempted to lick it all off my lips.
What they say:
About the Cremesheen + Pearl Collection
A shimmering twist on an instant classic. Cremesheen Lipstick and Cremesheen Glass get infused with crushed pearl in 15 new Asian-inspired shades. Modern pinks, nudes and corals pop and glow against all skin tones with a light-reflecting finish that leaves lips luminously and decidedly lacquered. With foolproof coverage, gleaming shine and creamy gloss, this smooth and seductive update to Cremesheen is Double Happiness for your lips.
About Floating Lotus Cremesheen Glass
Florating Lotus: Frosted soft rose.
MAC Counters, MAC Pro Stores and online.
The Cremesheen + Pearl collection is available from the 1st of September.