Coral Bliss is a creamsheen formula and described as a ‘frosted light coral’ – which is fairly accurate, except the frosted part is very subtle in my opinion. Perhaps the frosted element is countered by the creaminess of the ‘creamsheen’ formula.
This shade is about as easy to wear as they come – it’s pigmented enough to look like you are wearing something but sheer enough to stay looking natural and simple to apply without the need of a steady hand and mirror (when I say that, I mean I could apply this on the tube without fear of looking like a crazed Ronald MacDonald when I get off).
I can’t deny the fact I probably already have a handful of shades that are seemingly identical to this one in my collection…but I can’t resist a pretty coral!
I think I’ve also decided that creamsheen is my favourite formula for lipsticks from MAC – although I do have my eye on a couple from the Amplified selection at the moment too. I’m hoping to pick one of those up on the whole ‘Back-2-MAC’ scheme as have a few empties I can take in soon. Second only to coral is my lack of resistance against bright pink lipsticks!
Coral Bliss is available from Debenhams (£15)
Bought by me.