Who says the best nude lipstick is boring? A killer, barely there lip with a subtle hint of pink or brown gives the classic red lipstick a run for its money. One of the tricks to pulling off the perfect nude is to base your choice on your skins undertones. If they appear more green then you suit warmer tones and if they appear blue, reach for cooler tones. Read on for the best lipstick shades for your skin tone below. The trick to pulling off a nude lip with pale skin, is to look for a nude with pink undertones in it.
Finding your perfect nude lip liner is a lot like looking for the perfect little black dress or a classic white button-down shirt you can wear with everything in your wardrobe. In other words, it has to check all the boxes: Does it feel comfortable on the lips? Does it complement most makeup looks? Does it suit your skin and natural lip tone? Does it make you feel like the best version of yourself? If you answered "no" to any of the aforementioned questions, then it sounds like you've yet to find the one. When you finally do, though, you'll be amazed at the multitude of ways you can use a neutral liner to enhance and highlight your lips. For instance, accentuating your cupid's bow and overdrawing your lip line slightly for a fuller appearance are just two examples of techniques you'd need a nude lip liner in your kit in order to execute.
A swipe of nude lipstick is an easy way to look like you made some effort. It's a tricky thing, though, because choose a shade that clashes with your skin tone and it can do you dirty, as we've all learned by wearing a nude lip color only to look like an undead version of ourselves. Here, we present tips straight from the pros, in addition to a variety of options based on your skin tone.
I love, love, love the idea of a nude or neutral lipstick, often seen on the pouts of heavily bronzed glamazons like Jennifer Lopez and Kim Kardashian, like I love the idea of marrying a professional football player. It's nice to think about, for a variety of reasons, but it's not exactly a plan that is easily executable in real life. I do not have bronzed or olive skin. I'm so fair that I call it "apparition. I have never regretted my fair skin, since it's so youthful but there are a few drawbacks. For example, adding a nude lippy that blends into my skin to my beauty regime can easily veer my look from "porcelain doll" to "dead zombie person. A glossy or matte nude lip, which is said to be HUGE over in Britain , is a makeup nirvana I have yet to achieve with total success, so I am constantly trying different shades and variations.