October 20, 2021News
Are you looking for inspiration on which nude lipsticks are worth the money? There are some shades that are as famous as the brands that have made them. MAC Cosmetics’ ‘Velvet Teddy’ lipstick was the one that every Youtuber and influencer was wearing in the early days of social media. It’s popularity means its still one of the most famous nude lipstick shades of all time.
A relative newcomer to the world of nude lipstick is Charlotte Tilbury’s signature ‘Pillow Talk’ lipstick. The shade is so popular that it’s even inspired an entirely collection of lipstick products, blush, and eyeshadows to complement it. It’s a supermodel-approved lipstick shade with a light pink hue and a classic matte formula.
Are you looking for a more neutral nude lipstick that isn’t pink? Check out the ‘Artist Rouge Lipstick’ range by Make Up For Ever. It has a hazel beige shade that offers a creamy consistency for a high impact finish. You can use the precision bullet for an easier application to prevent overlining.
One of our favourite nude lipsticks is the ‘Lip Chic’ by Chantecaille. It has a comfortable formula that is easy to apply, adding an even shine to your lips without leaving any sticky residue behind. This lipstick helps give the illusion of fuller and more youthful lips. It’s made in Italy using a nourishing formula that won’t irritate your lips. You get the shine of a gloss with the coverage of a lipstick.
La Bouche Rouge’s ‘Nude Brown’ lipstick is perfect for those looking for a darker nude. 97% of the ingredients are natural, with a serum formula that works to protect your lips for premature aging, using seaweed that is harvested by hand in France. One of our favourite things about this lipstick is that it comes with a refillable case, with the lipstick sold as a separate eco-refill when you’re finish with the bullet. The began formula is made without beeswax and is cruelty-free. This cold brown nude gives you a satin finish for an elevated look.
If you’re looking for a nude shade to work with a darker skin tone, check out the ‘Deborah’ lipstick by Nars. It has a muted chestnut look with warm undertones. You get full-coverage for all-day wear and a hydrating formula with shea butter for extra moisture.
Huda Beauty is famous for their nude lipstick shades that give you an ultimate colour payoff without being uncomfortable. Their ‘Power Bullet Matte Lipstick’ range has several nude tones for you to choose from. These lipsticks are famous for their pigmentation and matte finish that incorporates almond oil to prevent drying.
Feel like being boujee? Check out the Gucci ‘Rouge a Levres’ satin lipsticks. Their ‘Painted Veil’ shade is one of the most perfect nudes that we’ve seen in a long time. It offers a comfortable feel with a lightweight consistency and long-lasting coverage. It’s gold tube adds an extra layer of luxury for any makeup aficionado.
Speaking of luxury. Nothing can beat the feeling of a Tom Ford lipstick. They’re saturated, long-lasting, and creamy. It’s everything you need in a nude lipstick and more. Their ‘Indian Rose’ shade works for almost every skin tone.
Another lipstick worth considering is the newest collection by Bare Minerals. They’ve taken the fan-favourite lipstick and the first mineral-infused vegan formula to hit the market. It’s just what you need to add positive energy and affirmations into your makeup routine.
Are you someone who wants precision with their lipstick? Why not try a crayon instead of a lipstick? The Bite Beauty creamy matte lip crayon is an all-in-one liner and lipstick that gives you a nude lip in just one swipe. The formula contains hydrating ingredients like wild African mango and pomegranate oil for all-day wear.
When in doubt, go with a classic. Estee Lauder is one of the most recognisable beauty brands in the world and is still in a league of its own. Their ‘Intense Nude’ shade is one of their best-selling lipsticks and work to enhance the natural colour of your lips while offering shape and definition.
What is your favourite nude lipstick? We would love to hear about them in the comments below!
Red lipstick is one makeup item that will never go out of style. While pink is feminine and flirty, nude is a subtle elegance, and coral orange is a quirky twist. Red lipstick is the only colour that works for every occasion. Whether you’re going to a coffee shop, attending a wedding, or going on a date, red lipstick is a must-have for every woman’s makeup bag.
Lipstick is a girl’s best friend. With just one coat, you can change your makeup in the blink of an eye. Whether you’re a fan of liquid lipstick or like to keep it natural with a pale pink shade, it’s usually the last part of your daily makeup routine. Your lipstick will only look as good as your application. If you’re wearing a darker or bolder shade, you want to be careful to make sure you don’t end up making your lips look lopsided. If you overline your lips too much, you could end up making them appear too superficial.
After a year of hiding our lips under a face mask, it’s time to rediscover the joy of wearing lipstick. It’s time to bring back your makeup mojo and to start experimenting with lipstick again. While most of us have started to return to wearing a full face of makeup, lipstick is one product that we’re only now starting to wear again. For years, we saw lipstick as an instant mood booster that could change our day with just one swipe.
When we think about ‘skincare’, our lips are rarely the first thing that comes to mind. We’re often more concerned about preventing premature aging or treating acne. For too long, we’ve overlooked our lips when we think about our skincare routine. In fact, this part of your skin deserves the same TLC as the attention that you pay elsewhere on your skin. Your lips are the one of the first parts of your skin that starts to show the signs of aging and it’s one part that everyone sees. While we’ve spent most of the last year hiding our lips away under a mask, it’s time to start giving our lips the attention that they need.