When we talk about nude lips, were not referring to a makeup-free look. Rather, we’re thinking about gorgeous shades of neutrals that are slightly different from your natural lip color. It can be tough to get the look right, especially if you don’t have the right shade, but luckily Allure magazine has a few helpful tips.
When you’re searching for a nude shade, something slightly brighter or deeper than your natural color is ideal. You don’t want to go too light or too dark, otherwise it’s not really nude. Pale ladies should opt for a lipstick shade with a hint of pink. Darker skinned women or those will yellow or olive undertones should stick with sandy beige colors. Youngblood – Lipstick in Barely Nude is a great choice.
When you wear nude lips, be sure not to go overboard with the rest of your makeup. They work best with neutral eyeshadows and a natural-looking shade of blush. You could experiment with a bit more eyeliner or some serious lashes, but otherwise it’s best to avoid bright colors.