Review | MAC Lipstick in 'Tea Ceremony'


Another day, another dollar nude lip. This time it's in the form of MAC's 'Tea Ceremony'; a sheer, brown-based nude with a burnt peach undertone. I picked this up a few weeks ago now as I was instantly drawn to the name, for some reason the colour of tea really appealed to me as an option for the lips, although looking back I really don't know why! However my MAC lippie collection is looking a little lacklustre still so I was super excited by this new addition.

The lipstick has a 'supreme sheen' finish, making it incredibly conditioning whilst still providing an opaque wash of colour. The formula is really creamy and smooth, allowing the colour to glide effortlessly over the lips, not sticking to any dry patches as I find some MAC lipsticks do. The whole idea of the supreme sheen shades is that they provide the pigmented colour of a lipstick and the conditioning shine of a gloss; something that I would definitely agree this does. Upon application I was initially worried that this looked a little orange against my pale complexion, but after patting off any excess product with a little tissue paper I didn't find this was a problem at all anymore. Instead, the lipstick gives my pout a wash of colour and shine that manages to look incredibly natural - perfect if you're looking for a 'barely there' look for everyday.

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