NC15(warm/neutral, dark auburn hair and green eyes)This lipstick is a MUST for those of you that share my coloring. I won't lump this into the YLBB/MLBB category because it's not either of those IMO. It's a browned peachy nude with just the slightest hint of pink. I thought for sure this was going to give me corpse lips but it it didn't. It's just a fabulous,natural lipcolor.Reminds me of a shade you would see on Gillian Andersen and Angie Everheart(fellow smokin' hot redheads;) that I would bust my a$$ trying to find to no avail. Would go great with a smokey eye too. And it's a lustre which is makes it even better:) Can't believe I waited this long to try it
I asked the MA to help me find an everyday l/s that would go well with my NC35 skin tone and she picked this out. I was a bit hesitant to try the l/s on bc it looked light brown/ flesh colored in the tube and I thought it would wash me but it doesn't! This is a great color to wear for everyday or use with smokey eyes. I absolutely love this color. I will definitely purchase this l/s again!
I Love this lipstick! I'm Asian with strong yellow undertones (MAC NC 25-30/Shiseido O40, Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Cream Foundation in Classic Ivory/Nude) and Jubilee does not wash me out one bit. It is not peachy like MAC's Freckletone which washes me out. I wear Jubilee on my natural makeup days but it is also nude enough to wear with smokey/smoky eyes. The lipstick feels creamy on my lips and it smells great (vanilla scent)!
I adore this lipstick. It smells like vanilla and is smooth and creamy. It does not dry my lips out rather seems to keep them moist. The color is on the brownish nude side. Not too orange. Not too peach. Light enough to still be nude-ish. Not dark brown. It looks great on me - i have fair to med skin with peach undertones, non pigmented lips, dark brown hair and eyes. Looks great when i'm tan.
Jubilee is a Lustre, and in general I find the creamy lustres to be drying and not last very long. But, I love the color of Jubilee so it's a keeper. It's a light nudey tan with peach undertones, but it's not orange at all. It tends towards the brown side. If you enjoy this color tone, another to try would be NARS Napoli (a nice apricot nude that is 1 shade darker than a true nude and a bit brighter than Jubilee). I would not repurchase as this hurts my lips - I would find a dup in another brand.
I love this color. It's almost MLBB, but a little on the nude/beige side. My only complaint is that the lipstick broke down inside the tube, getting really messy, but anyway, it's a great color and I just love the Lustre finish.
I read in a beauty magazine that Jubilee is the lipstick that achieves Angelina Jolie's famous 'nude' lip. I love this shade! I'm a PPP with brown eyes and (dyed) auburn hair, and this lipstick doesn't wash me out a bit!
This is perfect for a nude/shimmery lip. This is my go to lipstick when I go for the smoky eye. It gives me just enough color and shine to balance my eye makeup. Since it's a lustre, it wears off faster than the mattes, but it wears much better than most lip glosses. Definitely buy again.
I bought this because I was lookin for a nude/neutral color and this definitely was not it. It's really brown on me, I have hug me and it's a hint lighter but not much. I will not be purchasing it again.
Jubilee is very similar to Hug Me, and they look almost *exactly* the same on my pigmented lips, except Jubilee is a tad lighter and has a pinch more brown/nude undertones, while Hug Me has a bit more pink/rose in it. I wore a sheer layer of Hug Me on my upper lip and Jubilee on my lower, and in photos they looked exactly the same. So if you already have one of the two, you really don't need the other. But Jubilee does look a tad more nude when applied heavily on my rosy lips and NC30/BE 2.0 light/EM golden-light complexion, so I wear Jubilee when I want a one-step nude lip, and Hug Me as my go-to work lip color. Applied too heavily, Jubilee looks muddy and makes my complexion look dull and sickly, so I definitely prefer Hug Me as my daily go-to lip color for that reason.