MAC Lazy Sunday Lip and Cheek Colour Pot Swatches and Review – Casual Colour

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MAC Casual Color is a smaller scale collection consisting of your weekend basics – a mascara, nail lacquer, and a new breed of creamy blushes.

The creamy Colour Pot’s are the highlight of Casual Colour, adding tint to both lips and cheeks. Eight shades have been released as limited edition - Evening Stroll, Keep it Loose, Relaxation, Have a Lovely Day!, Weekend Getaway, Out for Fun, Keep it Casual, and today’s post of Lazy Sunday.

What the MAC website has to say about Casual Color:

Versatile, lightweight all-in-one colour for cheeks and lips. Creamy, super-blendable, barely there formula. Contains Vitamin E to help keep skin and lips nourished. Limited Edition.

13 ml / 0.43 US fl oz

Lazy Sunday is described as a baby pink.

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Formula wise, it's creamy and smooth. It's not as scary in the pot as Evening Stroll, but this is definitely not one for the cheeks in terms of color. It applied easily and well, though. Maybe someone uber pale can pull this off? I love it on the lips (I have it dabbed on lightly), but on the cheeks it just didn't do it for me =(

If you find yourself wearing a shade like this that just is NOT for you, grab your bronzer and put it over top. I did... works fine ;)

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As compared to MAC‘s regular cremeblend blushes, I found the Casual Color set to be more lightweight, creamier and not as sticky. I had an easier time working with this new formula.

For more information on this collection, please see the Official Press Release.

MAC Casual Color retails for $20.00 and is available at maccosmetics.com, as well as at your local MAC counter (try Nordstrom) or Store.

PS - Every time I say Lazy Sunday I think of the SNL song that Andy Samburg did lol Probably not super work appropriate, so plug in your headphones or wait til you get home. Or hit the bathroom with your phone. You'll probably laugh til you pee anyway.

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