Dazzleglasses are MAC’s sparkliest lipglosses. They first appeared in May of 2008, in a collection called Dazzleglass, then had a cameo in 2008′s Red She Said holiday collection. They’re $18 each and have brush wands (and the classic MAC vanilla scent).
I’ve heard a few people comparing the Dazzleglasses to Chanel’s most recent crop of “celestial” glossimers; I think the comparison is misplaced. The Dazzleglasses are mostly sheer, and as we saw yesterday, those glossimers have really pigmented bases — they feel to me like pretty different products.
Readers, what do you think? Does anyone own both and care to comment?
Goldyrocks â€“ super sheer yellow with gold and pink sparkles
Smile â€“ orange-peach with pink and silver sparkles
Extra Amps â€“ cool pink with pink, blue, and silver sparkles
Moth to a Flame â€“ sheer tan with blue and silver sparkles
Girl’s Delight â€“ orangey-brown with silver sparkles
Sugarrimmed â€“ clear with blue and pink sparkles
Steppin’ Out â€“ pink with pink and silver sparkles
Utterly Posh â€“ strawberry-orange with pink and orange sparkles (limited edition)
Love Alert â€“ magenta pink with pink sparkles
Date Night â€“ plum with blue sparkles
Funtabulous â€“ cool, cool pink with blue sparkles
Like Venus â€“ clear with pink sparkles
Stop! Look! â€“ very sheer cool pink with blue and silver sparkles (limited edition)
Money Honey â€“ sheer pink with pink sparkles (super sparkly)
Rags to Riches â€“ very light pink with crazy pink and blue iridescent sparkles
Baby Sparks â€“ light warm pink with blue sparkles
Bare Necessity â€“ almost clear, with a hint of peach-pink, with pink sparkles
Get Rich Quick â€“ warm toffee brown with pink sparkles