I’ve been quite smitten with nude lipsticks lately and couldn’t have been more thrilled to have received a few shades from the Rimmel London Lasting Finish by Kate Nude Collection to review. I had no idea that Rimmel even released a nude line, but being a huge fan of the brand’s other lipsticks, I was pretty confident that I would love these new lipsticks as well and I was right.
The new lipstick collection contains ten creamy matte shades that range from a pale nude to a deep coffee brown. I have three of the colors to share with you.
Right off the bat, I immediately fell in love with the simple and elegant nude packaging, which I thought went perfectly with the theme.
These three lipsticks have a soft and creamy consistency with great pigmentation and a highly moisturizing finish. I love how these colors apply on smoothly and evenly, giving full color coverage with minimal effort. They also have a high-shine payoff, so they keep lips hydrated throughout the entire wear time, making them incredibly comfortable to wear. As for longevity, these lipsticks promise to give eight hours of wear, but they only last about five hours on me, which is still a fairly long time, so I’m not complaining. Overall, I really enjoy these lipsticks and think that the formulation is fantastic — they’re wonderful for those who prefer lipsticks that are luscious and hydrating.
No. 40 is a pale peachy nude.
This color was extremely pale against my olive complexion, especially right now since I have a slight tan because it’s summer here on the east coast. I think this color could work if I pair it with a dark lip liner underneath.
No. 41 is a nude pink.
I love how soft and feminine this color is; it looks beautiful on and is the perfect finishing touch to any makeup look.
No. 42 is a nude apricot.
This shade is the perfect nude for my skin tone; it’s not too light or too dark.
For more information on the Rimmel London Lasting Finish by Kate Nude Collection and where to purchase, visit RimmelLondon.Com.
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