MAC Dazzleglasses are sheer, but very shimmery and glittery lipglosses that come with brush applicators.
they have a thick and sticky consistency and last about 3 hours on my lips. but most of the times i apply them over a lipstick, which shortens the wearing time. on top of lipsticks, they are not as obviously glittery and give them a nice dimension.
although so glittery, these are very small particles that don't look cheap and don't make the gloss feel gritty. i'm not a big fan of glittery lips, so these aren't used too often, only for going out/parties (but as always, i had a time in my beauty-junkie-career, when i felt like i needed to own them - that's why i do.). one reason are the glitter particles themselves, which stick on your lips and everywhere else when the gloss is already faded away.
the biggest con for me is the packaging - it's very nice, much better than the normal MAC tubes, but also very misleading: they look much bigger than the normal glosses (which contain 4.8g of product for 16.50€/12.50£/14.50$) - but only contain 1.92g! (and even cost more than the normal glosses: 19.50€/16£/18$) fortunately i bought them off allcosmeticswholesale.com and didn't pay the full price for them ;)
so you better think twice before purchase - maybe take a look at the Chanel Glossimers (which have a nicer texture and contain a normal amount of product for your good money) or the Golden Glosses by YSL, which are also very shimmery.
now to the lip swatches
|bare lips to compare|
Rags To Riches Dazzleglass
Moth To Flame Dazzleglass
as you can see, you can't see big differences (except Rags To Riches).