Finish: Glaze / Soft bright pink with violet opalescent shimmer
Okay, seriously? What is with this funky name? I don’t know about you, but wearing a lipstick called ‘Pervette’ is not exactly my cup of tea. First turn-off. Second turn-off with this color is its frosty factor. If you like the frosty type, you’ll love this one; it’s like MAC found a way to put the 80s in a tube! I also was not too fond of the color of this one as it’s this sheer, bright pink with a purple hue mixed in. As a pale gal, I can normally pull off lipsticks like this, but even I reminded myself of the women who are really tan who wear those concealer type colors. After application, it fades in a matter of hours and it just looks strange on my lips. Sadly, this one didn’t do it for me. Thankfully I only got a sample of it so I’m not stuck with the full size (hurray for samples!)! Have you tried it?
What are the best eyeshadows to pair with Pervette?
Pervette is light enough and not strong enough in color that it can easily pair with a wide variety of eyeshadows. In the photo above, I’ve paired it with a green combination, but it would also work well with these colors: