M.A.C. Barbie Line: I Mean, Who Really Doesn't Want to Feel Like a Barbie For a Day?
As the #1 essential of the Barbie Loves MAC collection, the lipstick is long-lasting (It has Barbie cuteness, with MAC reliability) as well as adorable, and wouldn't you just love to just take out your Barbie Loves MAC cosmetics bag ($15, but sadly sold out on the internet as well as about 99% of the line-including this lipstick that costs $14) and look so glamorous taking out the much coveted (now that it's sold out!) lipstick and applying it? Then again, you should never apply lipstick in public, I read so in The Princess Diaries Volume 1! My favorite shade is definetely "Rocking Chick" which is described as a "frosted fuschia with blue pearl" (I can't put it as a picture here).
Ever since I saw a spread on bubble-gum pink to fuschia nails in In Touch or US Weekly (they are basically the same to me) I've been obsessed! I'm actually going to get a manicure tomorrow (yay) and I'm really thinking about requesting an in-between color. Anyways, even though I'm not sure if this color would look good on my skin tone (in other words make my fingers look stubby-I won't admit it!) I've seen it on other people and it is flattering! It costs $10 and (ssshhhh!) it isn't sold out! HURRY!
The MAC Barbie GlimmerShimmer is basically one of my favorite items of the line (besides the lipstick, of course...and the nail polish...okay, so maybe it isn't my favorite!) and looks so glamorous! Sometimes, or should I say usually, those "refining highlighters" don't work for me, and it ends up looking well, fake. Does it give me awesome alien-model esque cheekbones? No! Does it give me an instant face lift? Not that I really need one, but No! The GlimmerShimmer didn't give me either, but it did look very pearly against my skin and was really cute! I love the "Loves Pink" shade that is pictured, for $16.50. Guess what, anyways? Sold out, and I just noticed! You can always try Ebay, though.
Here is to Not Letting M.A.C. Do a Bratz Line!!!