“This one is a little more pink, but I like the texture: It’s less gloppy and goes on more evenly than the first option. Still, the second shade and formula is my fave.”
“This one is peachier, but I like it because I usually wear an apricot blush, so it brings my look together. I’d definitely wear this one on a regular basis.”
Tester #4: Maya
“To be real, I haven’t found one nude lip shade that I absolutely love. When I do go nude (which is rare because I’m deathly afraid of my lips looking ashy) I usually end up mixing a shit ton of neutral brown shades until I’ve achieved the hue I love. The only cool-nude I constantly go back to is Anastasia Beverly Hill’s Liquid Lipstick in ‘Sepia.'”
“This is definitely not a brown girl nude. I would pair this with a dark brown liner to balance out the light pink undertone so it feels more like a true nude for my skin tone.”
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“The texture is really hard to control. I felt like the gloss was going to slide off my mouth, and the hue was way too light for my dark complexion. It also comes off really easily and isn’t long-lasting.”
“This reminds me of a pink I wore in seventh grade. It’s not a grown-ass woman pink on me, and I wouldn’t wear it on a date or anywhere I needed to rely on my lipgloss to be poppin’ because it would come off in two seconds. I do think if paired with a light berry-pink liner, it could be good with an ombré lip, but never just by itself.”
“This is probably my favorite. The ‘Kimmie’ is the only shade that doesn’t make my lips look absolutely ashy — aka it’s not too light, so it suits my skin tone the best. Something about the texture feels less slippery than the others too, and I can actually control where it goes on my lips. I just wish it were matte!”
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