It’s always exciting when M·A·C adds a new formula to any of it’s lines, especially lips. The new M·A·C Versicolour Collection, is a hybrid…a lip gloss plus stain. The result is shiny, long-lasting, saturated lip colors!


MAC Versicolour Stain Collection

The M·A·C Versicolour Stain Collection ($24) launches with 16 shades, including:

Always & Forever – pinky salmon
Can’t Stop Won’t Stop – intense warm orange
Ceaseless Energy – bright raspberry pink
Constant Craving – mid-tone blue pink
Energy Shot – pale nude pink
Forever, Darling – intense orange red
It’s Never-Ending! – deep raspberry
Last Minute – intense pinky cranberry
Let’s Stay Together – mid-tone warm pink
Long Distance Relationship – intense mid-tone violet
Long Live the Night – pale warm nude
Perpetual Holiday – deep grape purple
Preserving Passion – deep wine
Resilient Rouge – bright cherry red
Tattoo My Heart – bright pinky coral
Truly Everlasting – bright warm pink

MAC Versicolour Stains

I had the opportunity to preview two M·A·C Versicolour Stain shades; Last Minute (L) and Let’s Stay Together (R). Versicolour has the feel of a Cremesheen Glass with the pigmentation of Vamplify, if that makes sense. The color is long-wearing, not super glossy, but definitely a nice alternative if a matte lip isn’t your thing.

As far as wear, Versicolours do have a the staying power of a lip stain, and the tendency to intensify in color the longer you wear it. There is a moderate staining effect. As you’d expect from M·A·C, the color selection at launch is quite good, with lots of bright shades just in time for summer.

You can find the M·A·C Versicolour Collection in department stores including Nordstrom and at Are you planning to try Versicolour out?

Disclosure: Press samples were received for editorial consideration, product testing, photography and review. Affiliate links have been used in the post, which helps to support this site.
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