I'm returning to the world of MAC this week to talk about these two beauties - Plumful and Patisserie have been on my wishlist for some time, but over Christmas break I was finally able to add both to my collection and let me tell you - it was excruciating waiting to photograph these. Let me come clean: I couldn't wait with Patisserie. And pretty much since first application, it hasn't left my lips.

Patisserie is billed as a perfect 'my lips but better' nude, and deservedly so. This is almost imperceptible on my lips, except more making them look a little fuller, a little more uniform, and just a little more... Kylie Jenner pouty. Know what I mean? The reason it hasn't left my lips is simple: it's a no-brainer. It helps me feel put together and just a little bite more done, without requiring any effort or consideration. Application is stunning, the formula is Cremesheen so quite moisturizing, and it's a pleasant wear on the lips. You can see it in action in my upcoming video this Sunday!

Plumful however beats a different drum - a beautiful, rich berry, this is a life-giver. In winter months, this brings colour and a healthful look to the face, and gives that bitten, plummy sheen to lips which I know I start hungering after come October time. It's a lovely pinky plum tone which I think would suit most skins, but looks particularly lovely on pale skin (*cheers for my pallid winter tones*). I'm looking forward to pairing this one with cozy turtlenecks and hair tucks for that undone, je ne sais quoi look. Because why not, right?

Next on my MAC lipstick hitlist? Honey Love and Syrup. I guess I'm really into my berries and nude tones at the moment! What's on your wishlist? Any recommendations?

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  1. Both of these are on my to try list! Along with Pure Zen and Brave - not that I'm ever going to get to the bottom of my MAC wishlist!
    xxx

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    1. Does anyone, ever? I definitely want to try Brave - such a beautiful shade! Thanks for reading and commenting Rachel! T xx

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  2. Last week I bought my first MAC lipstick... Ruby Woo! I am so excited because it has been on my wishlist for so long - I love that matte finish. These two seem to be really beautiful too! Have you tried any lipstick by Sleek, by the way? They are long-lasting and not very expensive. I have one called Cherry - a dark red that has become one of my favorite lipsticks.

    This is the first time I write you a comment. I hope my English isn't really bad! Hahaha.

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    1. Oh what a classic! I think Ruby Woo is on everyone's list - such a famous shade, and with good reason. You know what, I haven't, but thanks for the recommendation, I'll be sure to check them out this weekend!! :) Your English was absolutely perfect Lucia and thank you so much for commenting, it means the world that you did! T xx

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  3. I completely agree with you, berry and nude shades are having a 'moment' in my collection too. I've always been a fan of berry shades but more dusky browny nudes have been creeping in there recently. Patisserie sounds gorgeous, I must go and try this!
    Kate
    www.thebeautopiablog.squarespace.com

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    1. You really must Kate, I promise you'll fall in love with it ;) It's absolutely stunning and I'm so happy to call it mine now! Thanks for reading and commenting lovely. T xx

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  4. I've got Snob of my to try list! Love these two you mentioned though x

    http://lauratalksout.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. What a great name for a lipstick. I love that! These are both beautiful, I'd highly recommend ;) Txx

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  5. Both are gorgeous shades! Patisserie is next on my wishlist x

    Sheri | Behind The Frames

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    1. Sheri you NEED this in your life. It's stunning. Trust me ;) Thanks so much for commenting, lovely! T xx

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