5 Nude Lipsticks That Won’t Wash You Out

Are you wanting to try nude lips, but are afraid to look like you smeared concealer on your mouth? Well, don’t worry, I’ve got you covered! I tend to go for more pinky-nudes when choosing a nude lip color, and with fair skin, sometimes finding the right one can be tricky. Here are five of my favorite nudes that won’t make you look washed out and dead!IMG_1524.JPG


Maybelline Totally Toffee – This lipstick is more brown-toned, and is almost a matte finish. The formula of these lipsticks are great, and they are opaque in one swipe!

Lipstick Queen Float – This is a very sheer formula, almost like a tinted lip balm. It’s very moisturizing and has a little bit more pink to it.

Rimmel Airy Fairy – This lipstick has the most pink to it and is a really great, affordable option. It is a very popular color, and for good reason. It is the perfect nude for everyday.

Milani Nude Creme – these lipsticks smell so good, just like jolly ranchers. They are super opaque and this color has just the right amount of brown and pink.

MAC Hug Me – this is also a very sheer formula, it is a Lustre finish, so it is buildable for more coverage. This color is VERRRY similar to Totally Toffee, but is more sheer.

All of these colors are great options for achieving a great nude lip!

What’s your favorite nude lipstick?

8 thoughts on “5 Nude Lipsticks That Won’t Wash You Out”

    1. Thanks for reading!! They are all really nice- toffee and hug me are very similar! I wear Airy fairy almost every day!

      1. No, they aren’t shiny but rather a bit more matte. It took me a while to get used to them but I do like them. You can put lipgloss on top of these though. 🙂

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