MAC Fleshpot LipstickMAC Fleshpot Lipstick is an ultra-pale pastel pink with a satin finish. The satin formula isn't my favorite - although the color is very opaque, I find the formula to be drying on my lips. Also, because the finish is almost matte, I find it to look too dull on my lips, so I always top it off with some lipgloss.
It's a good color to use for mixing, and toning down other colors. Combined with a clear lipgloss, it reminds me of MAC Underage Lipglass.
It resembles MAC Myth very closely - on the lips, I can barely tell the difference. Side by side, Myth is more peach, whereas Fleshpot is more pink. Neither flatter my skintone when applied alone, but they work well lightly patted on the lips, with a pink lipgloss on top.
MAC Fleshpot is a MAC Pro shade and can only be purchased at a MAC Pro store. I believe you can also purchase on the phone, by contacting customer service.
I swatched Fleshpot next to Myth and Creme D' Nude. It's quite obvious that Myth and Creme D' Nude are both muted pastel peach-pinks, while Fleshpot is purely a muted pink. Creme D' Nude is almost an exact dupe of Myth, except its not as opaque and it has a glossy finish. Like Fleshpot, Myth is a Satin.
Top: MAC Fleshpot Lipstick applied alone Bottom: MAC Fleshpot Lipstick with clear lip gloss over it.