Nude Lipsticks come in all tones - pink , red , orange , brown and neutral. It is the go-to option when you feel the need for heavy eye makeup or the smokey-eye. Owning a nude lipstick which compliments your skin tone goes a long way in making you look good. This lipstick is what made Mac famous. Office going women can wear this shade without looking over the top. It suits almost all the skin tones. A plus point is that it does not look like a foundation on the lips or like a shiny lip gloss. The longevity of this nude lipstick is a few hours and therefore it is suggested to apply it over a base of foundation or concealer. When it is wiped out, there is a rosy tint left on your lips.
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We spend hours in the cosmetic stores trying to find the perfect shade by trying on the tester lipsticks. A wrong choice will most certainly kill the buzz of the look. For so many people choosing a lipstick is more trial and error than science. Red is a very popular color and looks great on fair skin. It gives a bold, dashing look to fair skin women with pinkish or rosy hues. You need to experiment with the texture.
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There are few things that terrify me quite as much as the thought of wearing nude tights. Tan tights should be kept for dancers and Kate Middleton , right? Not strictly so—at least not anymore. Hosiery label Heist has recognised the demand that many girls have for nude tights and yes, that includes catering for all skin tones. There's no denying that a host of offices have strict regulatory codes about these things, but they're also the kind of item that can uplift a formal outfit when required.
You can opt for a colour that almost exactly matches your natural lip — adding just a bit of definition — or have a bit of extra fun with it, going for a nude orange or brown. You can trust our independent reviews. We may earn commission from some of the retailers, but we never allow this to influence selections, which are formed from real-world testing and expert advice. This revenue helps us to fund journalism across The Independent.