Oh, this charming phase... Nude Makeup.
What beauty hasn’t tried this gentle and one-color lip makeup? Who would actually refuse such a delicate and tempting nude? I love wine lipsticks, lip glosses and pencils of cause...sometimes I just want to be cute and modest.
To make it happen I use the mechanical RETRACTABLE LIP LINER in the shades Natural and Nude from the NYX PROFESSIONAL MAKEUP.
From the manufacturer.
Love your lips! Create the perfect pout with our creamy, richly pigmented liner in an easy twist-up pencil. Renowned for its staying power! Available in 19 irresistible shades.
- MPL01 Natural
- MPL10 Nude
A mechanical lip pencil.
$5 at the official website.
My experience with the product.
I love using lip pencils solo or with a lip gloss. Also, I’d like to use it with a matte lipstick in the nearest future.
It’s a natural beige shade, suitable for every nude lipstick, i.e. caramel, chocolate and beige tones WITHOUT any hint of pink…
This pencil is a little bit of a hassle to apply, because it’s very soft and I have to correct and blend it out very carefully.
The color lasts really well and survives after tea, coffee and a kiss.
It’s the nudest shade among all the nude lippies. It’s a delicate, beige-pink shade that is close to my lip color.
It has the same quality as the previous shade. It’s long-lasting and highly-pigmented.
This color is great for all nude lipsticks with a hint of pink: dusty rose, pink etc.
Multi-purpose. I use it both to contour my lips and as a base for a lipstick or a lip gloss.
Well-pigmented. The line turns out to be very bright, sharp and clear.
Doesn’t have to be sharpened. Sometimes I’m too lazy to sharpen the pencil. I guess you are too. This pencil is already sharpened properly.
Perfect for the nude makeup enthusiasts. Both shades will be great to create a nude makeup.
Long-lasting. The contour will look perfect till a snack.
Sometimes it’s even hard to draw a perfectly sharp line. This drawback is quite significant and I wanted to give this product even 3 stars for that! Nevertheless, the pros outweigh the cons.
Conclusion: The pencil does have its pros and cons. I use both shades quite often, especially when I’m on a ‘lipstick diet.’
I give it 4 with a minus.
Repurchase? I doubt it.
Recommend? Why not, especially when you are not all thumbs.
Thanks for reading!