MAC Ruby Woo is considered by many to be the holy grail red lipstick. A bright red matte with blue undertones. I have a love/ hate relationship with it. I love the color but hate the matte formula. It is extremely drying, I mean make your lips peel drying. For that reason I don’t wear it much but I decided to pull it out and take it for a spin.
Black Radiance Complexion Perfection Shine Control Primer
Revlon ColorStay Foundation in Cappuccino mixed w/ NARS Orgasm Illuminator
Ben Nye Neutral Set Setting Powder
MAC Raizin Blush
Sleek Contour Kit in Dark to Contour
NARS Albatross Blush to Highlight
Inglot AMC Eyeliner Gel in 77 Matte Black on upper lash line & waterline
MAC False Lashes Mascara in Extreme Black
Wet ‘n Wild ultimate Brow Kit in Ash & MAC Studio Finish Concealer in NW45 to define brows
Smith’s Rosebud Salve
NYX Hot Red Lipliner
MAC Ruby Woo Lipstick
I have seen Ruby Woo worn on many different skin tones and I believe it will work on anyone, especially if you have cool undertones in your skin. I have warm undertones and it still works for me. Brown-skinned beauties who are afraid of red lips, stop being afraid… this will work for you! It pairs perfectly with NYX Hot Red lipliner. I always put on a lipbalm first to combat the dryness some, and if you have dry patches you should use a lip scrub first or they will show through.
Available at MAC Cosmetics $14.50. But I’ve got a dupe for you and it will only cost about $2.99, Wet ‘n Wild Megalast Lipstick in 911D Stoplight Red…
Ruby Woo, Stoplight Red
Stoplight Red is also a matte and the perfect dupe for MAC Ruby Woo, but it is a bit more moisturizing. I actually like it better.