Welcome to Mary Grace. She is poised, elegant and sophisticated. She has you covered for your home, beauty and gifts.
I was recently introduced to Mary Grace on Instagram and found their feed to be totally magnetic. Think soft pinks, feminine touches and ethereal vibes. Then the matte liquid lipsticks fell into my lap and I just had to share them and the brand with you.
Mary Grace is a family run business and has been operating for over 15 years. It was created by Mary Gouganovski, and they first started as a flagship store, Endless Candles, in Picton NSW. Now, Mary Grace has expanded the range with a focus on home fragrance, makeup, skincare and gifts.
Their matte liquid lipstick range features 24 shades including pinks, peaches, bold colours, warm neutrals, even down to metallics as well. The packaging is gorgeous with a clear canister, the signature gold lettering and a gold cap. I have two shades, Kismet and The Langham. Kismet is a warm peachy pink, and The Langham is a bright, bubblegum pink that would be flattering for all skin tones. The Langham is a special shade for Mary Grace, born out of a partnership with The Langham hotel and exclusively designed for them.
The matte liquid lips seem standard in their formula for a liquid lip, but girl do they pack a punch in terms of pigment and staying power. They are a thin formula but super opaque and you only need the smallest amount for high pigment. They feel comfortable on the lips but are heavy duty at the same time. They require a lot of work to remove so you know you’ll get good wear out of them. Here are some swatches below so can see them in action! I’m loving the way The Langham makes my eyes pop! And Kismet is the perfect Spring-time hue.
Mary Grace has been one of my favourite discoveries recently, and if you love super feminine + minimalist touches, it might just become yours too! If you’ve tried them before, let me know in the comments below!
*Product was provided for editorial consideration however all views, experiences and opinions are genuine and my own. The Beauty & the Geek AU is no expert so please do not substitute my opinions for professional advice.