If you struggle to find the perfect nude, then the Maybelline Made For All lipsticks in Mauve For Me (373) and Pink For Me (376) is the solution. Maybelline tested these lippies on 50 diverse skin tones and
formulated these colours to look great against all skin tones. The colour in the lipstick bullet doesn’t reflect the colour that will show up on your lips, but it will give you a variation of the shade that’s still in the same colour family.
The packaging is stunning, with the colour coded caps, which make it easy to find the lipstick you want to wear without squinting to read the label.
If you’re tired of matte lipsticks that make your lips look and feel like a dried-out prune, then you need these pigmented lipsticks with a glossy satin finish.
If you have pigmented lips like me, the lipstick covers well, despite it not being saturated with colour. This less opaque formula is the reason that it suits many skin tones, because its slight sheer quality is not too pigments that the colour you see in the tube is the colour you see on your lips.
Not long lasting because it is not formulated to stay put. However, I can touch up my lipstick without feeling like I have applied crayons to my lips.
If you are similar to my skin tone, then you can definitely get away with wearing these particular shades without a lipliner. However, if you a darker, you will benefit from a deep lip liner. I suggest MAC Cork for my skin tone or MAC Chestnut if you are deeper. It truly depends on your preference.
Where to buy: Dischem, Clicks and selected Maybelline counters countrywide.
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