|Would buy this product again.||66%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
LOVE this colour! This is the first sort of nude lipstick I have ever worn and feel like it looks great! It is kind of a pinky/beige nude colours that is perfect for everyday wear, or to pair with a super dramatic makeup look. My mom even loves this colour..it honestly suits so many different people.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I thought I would like this color but I hate it. On the tube it looked very nice but when I applied it at home I hated it. It looks too beige on my lips it is long lasting but I don't like the color. I think they should have made more colors with this formula. The packaging is very cute and the scent is very fruity like all Rimmel lipsticks.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Fine Eyes: Blue
Shade 14 is a milk chocolate tea - light to medium taupe-pink nude - with a creamy satin finish. Its opaque enough to cover my pigmented lips, works with my very fair NC10 warm skin without washing me out, is moisturising and creamy, long lasting, and does not go into lines. The Cinnamon buns & whipped cream scent I love - so very english! Packaging is adorable too, with the slanted lid with crown on top and the red "Kate" with love heart signature. So much cuter than my MAC, Chanel, Lancome, or even Dior lipsticks, I actually feel I get a better luxury lipstick for a 1/4 the price - thanks Kate Moss & Rimmell!!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I'm a nude lipstick addict,that's all I wear on my lips. I really like this warmer tone nude and look really pretty with or without gloss. Some complain that it's drying but because its made to last the formula is on the drier side but for me at least it's creamy enough that I don't have any complain about it. I also put on lip balm before any lipstick to smooth out the texture of my lips. I will be repurchasing once I'm done with the one I have now.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I really like Rimmel lipsticks (I just wish there was a better shade selection!), and I love the Kate Moss line in particular. So far, my favorite shade has been #80, but I like this one as well. This is a pale nude, and it actually looks a bit TOO pale for me when I put it on (I have medium skin, medium-dark brown hair). However, I wear it when I am going for a darker eye/paler lip combo. Like the other lipsticks in the Rimmel line, this goes on smoothly and provides opaque coverage. However, whereas I've found that #80 seems to last forever, this lighter shade doesn't seem to have very good staying power for some reason. I might or might not re-purchase.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
I have always wanted a nude brown lipstick, but I've had trouble finding one because my skin is pink and fair, and most browns are too dark and warm/roasted to look natural (for example, MAC's Double Shot). Other "nudes" are too light and pasty-looking, thus draining my face of life (MAC's Honeylove).
This color is perfect because it's a warm 90's-era brown with yellow and pink tones. I had tried Pure Zen by MAC, and it was too yellow, almost light orange on me. Fairest Nude by Loreal is pretty, but too pale and not suitable for work–it's more of a statement color with bold eyes, IMO.
I also love the firm, even, smooth texture of this lipstick. It's not oily and slippery like so many Revlon shades, but it's just as affordable. It lasts forever on the lips and wears off evenly. It can be drying on chapped lips, so a balm and soft lips are recommended with this shade.
The packaging is cute, too. Black, with "Kate" in red. The scent is kind of strange, like spicy fruits or florals, but it doesn't persist once applied on the lips.
I've been very impressed with the Kate lipsticks and will keep trying more. I can see why this shade is too "gray" for some people, but it works for me.
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Another NC40 WINNER! I'd read Kate Moss's article in Elle about why she chose these shades and how hard she worked to get them right. She worked hard! I was given the Nude (14) and it is PERFECT for my skin-tone!
The pluses - texture, color payoff, staying power, price point.
The minuses - drying and requires a perfectly smooth lip skin in order to not make dry lips look and feel even worse.
Will I buy it again? Yes. It's just too perfect! I just make sure to exfoliate first and re-apply balm and a bit of balm or gloss on top every 3 hours or so. Worth it for me.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I love everything about this lipstick - the formula, the consistency, the moisture except one thing - it looks HORRIBLE on my pigmented lips. From the swatch/bullet I thought it was a typical nude with pinkish undertones sort of like L'oreal's Fairest Nude or MAC's Blankety. Yikes! I was so wrong. On my lips it had a sort of purplish gray undertone as if I took clay and rubbed it on my lips. It makes me look like a corpse which is such a shame because I had high hopes for this lipstick :(
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I have awful pigmentation on my lips, and this didn't cover it. Actually, it kinda intensified it. It also didn't compliment my asian skin (but, that's kinda my fault due to my bad judgement - I knew I wasn't good with nudie colours). Applying about 1 coat isn't so bad though.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I love the Kate Moss Rimmel lipstick line and not just because it also has my name on the packaging (though I do find that little touch adorable, carrying around a lipstick that's somewhat personalized).
This lipstick is a lovely dark nude color with a creamy consistency. The staying power is pretty pathetic but for the price (less tha $8 aud) hence the rating of 4. The annoying scent seems to go away the more I use it, but that's probably just me getting used to it. I prefer this one to the 03 shade as it's a tad darker and more wearable for my fair-to-medium warm skin tone. Great everyday lippie.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other, Medium Brown Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I LOVE the color pay off for this lipstick. It is more opaque than i expected which is great. It does kind of smell like a cheap fruity lip balm, but that doesn't bother me. I just wish it weren't so drying and lasted longer. The color, on my lips, comes off as a more tan color with a hint of pink undertones. One of my favorites!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
The quality of the formula is great, but the color doesn't suit me at all! I was so thrilled to find a nude that I could pair with smokey eyes, but there's no way around it: it makes me look like I belong in the set of The Walking Dead. Seriourly, be careful about the shade, it's definitely not for everyone. I like the shade 08 much better, it's a nude color with a hint of mauve that's way more flattering.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Black
EDIT: Tried this again after getting some color & its just too taupe-y. I would wear this color as an eyeshadow but not lippie. I swear it matches Rimmel's new taupe eyeliner (which also doesn't look fab on my yellow undertones) on my lips!
ORIGINAL:I just picked this up after watching Nuberxo yt video raving about this shade. Its a very rich formula, super creamy & opaque and I love the sleek black packaging with the little red heart. Its also pretty affrodable, around $5, one of the cheaper ds lippies but I think its of the best quality, far superior to L'oreal & Revlon even. Now the color, for ref I'm NC25 and this was too dark, its a chocolate mousse brown. The last pic here with half the lips coated is very accurate on what it looked on me. It would look lovely on tan skin or NC35 around Nur's, but for me it was a almost dead look, like a darker than usual concealer on my lips.Maybe I can reach for it in the fall/winter months. I'll definetly be going back to grab the #08 that had more mauve/pink tint to it.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Green
A pinkish nude with a slight shimmer. The color doesn't suit me :(, but it's the smell I can't get over. It's a sickly, coughdrop smell that lingers on the lips.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
A very nice, matte nude shade. It's cool toned, definately, and as another reviewer said, it's about the color of milky tea. It does have a slight sheen to it, but it does set to matte.
Unless I have a very dramatic smoky eye, which looks AWESOME with this, I do add a bit of sheen and pigment with a gloss over the top - the one I like in particular is Revlon Colorburst in Sunbaked. Otherwise it heads towards the realm of Corpse Lips. . . .
This reminds me of a MAC or NARS quality lipstick. I'm really glad I tried this line.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Green
I picked this up after seeing some reviews online. I love matte lipstick, and have been looking for a matte nude shade that I could wear that wouldn't completely wash me out and/or look ashy and brown. I like this one so far. It applies very creamy and almost balmy, but sets to a matte. I think I will prefer this one with a light touch of liner to blend in and give definition. It is packaged beautifully and looks far more expensive than it is (roughly $5). I am going to try it with a smokey eye look and will upload pictures then.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Rimmel lipsticks in general are amazing, but this one really blew me away. I loooove the shade.. its sort of a pinky soft brown. Has amazing shine and goes on very easily. I never have to worry about blending it in, just apply and go. Looks just natural enough to wear every day, but would look great coupled with a smokey eye. With the quality of a mac lipstick at a drugstore price, what more could you want?
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
This is the most unflattering shade I've ever seen on my lips, truly. Most lipsticks are too dark or bright for me but that's just personal preference (I could pull them off if I wanted to). This lipstick, however, made me look like I was dying. On my hand it looked like a pretty rosy shade but on my lips...OMG. It was the ugliest brown/gray I have ever seen. I even tried it on my husband's hand just to see and, yep, it looked like a pretty rosy shade (he wouldn't let me try it on his lips, haha!). I am pale (NC15 in MAC) with yellowish undertones and dark hair/eyes. This color just did not work for me AT ALL. This is the only lipstick I've tried that I literally wouldn't hesitate to throw in the trash.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Red Eyes: Green
I really love the Kate Moss collection of lipsticks from Rimmel and have purchased approximately 75% of the line available in Canada. This lipstick is the only one so far that I don't like as it makes me look like a corpse. It's just to pale for my fair complexion (reference MAC NC15) and personal taste. On the good side, it is very creamy, pigmented, and feels lovely, smooth, and non-drying on the lips. Just not a good colour for me.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
A+ quality- plus: i got it on sale for about 5 dollars. Colour is similar to milky tea. Rare to find such a beautiful flattering nude. It is very pigmented and creamy. I like it a lot with smokey eyes. A+++++++++ and let's pray it doesn't get discontinued. I love regular Rimmel lipsticks anyway (moreso than all my higher end ones tbh!!) but these Kate Moss ones take the cake. I plan to get backups- this shade was almost gone- i snagged the 2nd last tube at my shop. The other one was all gross and used..