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Gulabi means rosey in Hindi and the lipstick lives up to that name. It is a hot pink rose in a tube and on your lips. It is an amplified cream lipstick, which means it is high on shine and comfort. It is such a hydrating lipstick and amplified cream has become my favorite lipstick finish from MAC. If you don’t have a great fuchsia lipstick, then this is a must!
Yash means success in Hindi. It is a peachy-nude lipstick of matte finish. It is not as moisturizing as Gulabi is, but not drying at the same time. It is a matte version of Cherish lipstick which is a satin finish. If you have Cherish, you don’t need Yash, unless you are me, of course. This is not a lipstick which is meant for deeper Indian skin-tones. I would definitely not recommend this to anyone over NC 35/40.
Sorry, I couldn’t get my hands on Mehr, but maybe a friend will be kind enough to ship it to me from India? Anyways, it may be too late for me to review for you guys, it is already sold out on the website. Mocha is a permanent shade, so I was hoping to get it for myself later. It is Mickey’s pick, so it probably is something special.