If you are of a deeper/darker complexion you may often avoid nude lipsticks as they can appear very bright and stark but fear not!
We’ve created this easy guide to help you wear any nude lip colour you want!
A good lip liner is the difference between a flattering nude lip and a stark nude lip.
Opt for a rich brown lip liner that glides onto your skin easily, you don’t want a liner that pulls the skin as this is will virtually be impossible to blend.
The purpose of a brown lip liner is to add a natural gradient from the nude lipstick to your skin tone as well as toning down brighter nude lip colours.
You can choose any nude colour you want, from creams, to light browns but if you are new to nude lips we would recommend starting out with a brown or pink based nude.
Brown or pink based nudes work well against deep/dark skin tones and in many cases eliminate the need for a lip liner. Why not choose Tom Ford Lip Colour in Deep Mink (£38.00), Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Mink (£7.99) or H&M Lipstick Pencil in Chocs Away (£4.99).
Check out our video on how to make cream nude lipsticks work on deep/dark skin tones.
If you aren’t entirely comfortable with wearing a cream or beige lipstick you can opt for a brown lipstick instead.
Choose a lighter brown as opposed to a dark brown lipstick if you wish to wear it as a nude lip. Makeup Monsters Liquid Lipstick in Just Add Marshmallow (£15.50) and H&M’s Cream Lipstick in Just Add Cocoa (£7.99) work really well as nudes on deeper complexions.
A good lip gloss can really help to get your nude lip looking the way you want it to.
The right lip gloss can warm up a lipstick to make it look more flattering against a deep/dark skin tone.
You can also wear a lip gloss on its own as a gorgeous nude lip.
All these steps will ensure that you will be able to pull off a nude lipstick successfully.
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