Too Faced Natural Nudes Lipstick
The Too Faced Natural Nudes Lipstick in the shade Overexposed is the lipstick I chose as part of my Cult Beauty #CultBeautyEdit, where I chose makeup products from the Cult Beauty website which would make up ‘my ultimate makeup bag‘. It was such a hard decision to choose which lipstick would be the number one on my ‘to try’ list as Cult Beauty has such an extensive range of brands to choose from. I decided to choose a lipstick formula I’d never tried before, and I’m all about the nudes when it comes to lip colours so the Too Faced Natural Nudes Lipstick £18 formula really appealed as all ten shades are variations of nude.
“Bare it all with the most richly-pigmented collection of creamy, natural nude lipsticks infused with hydrating coconut butter.”
Highly pigmented for intense color payoff
Balmy, hydrating texture
10 modern neutral shades
8 hour long-wearing color
Bold nude colors infused with our coconut butter complex to help keep lips soft and moisturized
A nude shade for every complexion
Smells like coconut!
I had a feeling I’d love the Natural Nudes Lipsticks as the Too Faced La Creme Color Drenched Lipsticks are one of my favourite lipstick formulas as they’re so balmy on the lips, and the description of the Natural Nudes collection had me sold. Too Faced always nails it when it comes to packaging, but I am so in love with the pretty lace theme across the whole Natural Nudes collection and I also chose the Natural Nudes Eyeshadow Palette which will be on the blog very soon.
These lipsticks have colour co-ordinated casing to match the shade of the lipstick inside, with a delicate white lace print on the lids just like the boxes. The packaging is actually the same as their La Creme lipsticks except instead of being gold all over, these are just gold under the lids and have a matte finish. The Overexposed shade is a deep brown nude and this shade isn’t my usual kind of shade as I prefer lighter, more cool toned nudes but it’s very pretty and I think it would work well on deep skin too.
The coconut scent is amazing, and the formula feels like a lip butter on the lips and I wish more lipsticks felt as comfortable on the lips as the Too Faced Natural Nudes Lipstick formula. In terms of wear time, I can get around four hours but I know they claim to offer upto eight hours.
I think the paler colours may be longer lasting on the lips as the fading is less noticeable but Overexposed is a deep nude so it’s the kind of shade you need to top-up as the fading is more noticeable. I’d love to try Send Nudes or Skinny Dippin’ next as they look like pretty peachy nudes, but I’m a massive fan of the formula.
Have you tried any of the Too Faced Natural Nudes Lipstick shades?
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