For the past year, I have been on the hunt for the perfect nude lipstick. I feel like every single publication out has done an article on this particular issue. The outcome is always that, everyone’s nudes are different. From British Vogue to Harper’s Bazaar, nude is definitely defined differently across the board.
Where did my journey start you ask? It all came to me when I was heading out with friends and was honestly tired of trying to get my bright red lip to stay in place (“I shall try a nude!”). Mostly, the need for a perfect nude lip comes from me still gravitating towards a more simple routine. I do love a pop of color, but I’m not a makeup artist. Living in the city means we are all usually in a big rush to get everywhere, and having to apply lipstick for 20 minutes in the morning isn’t cool.
Nude lips have been a staple for easy undone beauty. From the all-American Calvin Klein runway to the glamour of even Christian Dior, nude is here to stay. For each girl, nude can mean a world of different things as discussed before. Everyone has different skin tones, lip shapes, and overall needs.