The best lipsticks out there: dare to go nude?
When exploring the new additions to make-up counters, it’s easy to faithfully return to the loudest colours of the world; but if you listen out for the quieter of colours, you can forget about the popping candy equivalent of lipsticks and indulge in the subtle tones of nudity (maybe not in your fashion choices though…).
This autumn, multiple brands have endeavoured into the new trend of going nude on the lips, including L’Oréal, who have actually catered for all skin tones, avoiding the dreaded “too dark” or “too light” look, and brought out a tailor-made range of simple lipsticks to suit everyone. With celebrities as the spokesmen (well, women) of the campaign, it’s hard not to fall in love with the right nude for you.
With lipsticks having names from Julianne Moore to Eva Longoria, and slick black packaging accentuated by the hidden gold, L’Oréal might have just hit the spot.
MAC has always delivered a beautiful range of lipsticks, but with its ever-growing collection, more and more nude lipsticks are available.
With colours such as Yash and Japanese Maple, not only do the names give individuality, but the characteristics they behold also give away a sense of individualism.
Finally, Yves Saint Laurent continues to impress with their selection of nude lipsticks on offer.
The “award-winning lipstick is wrapped in a romantic, elegant gold case that exudes luxury”, which is more than enough to satisfy any customer’s needs. Not only is the packaging sensuous, but the products themselves allow you to indulge in their delights. With colours such as Spicy Pink, Sweet Honey and Lingerie Pink, we dare any one of you to say no to this collection.
The make-up world is definitely prepared to match any skin tone you’ve got to throw at them, and with a range like this for beautifully simple lipsticks, why don’t you ditch your rouge, and dive into the nude?