|Would buy this product again.||75%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I am a big fan of nude lippies but this one did not blow me away. Its like a light version of MAC Underplay with less orange undertone. I would describe it as a medium brown and not a nude. NARS Bell De Jour, Honolulu Honey, or Chelsea Girls lip gloss is more along the lines of a nude w/o the brown undertones.
It looks fine on me and I'm an NC25-30
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
This is probably the ONLY makeup item (besides my foundation) that I would buy a backup of. I am a NW20 and this lippie looks amazing on me. It is the perfect nude! If you have chapped or flaky lips...it will only bring out the best in them (unlike some other lippies.) The texture is so creamy..and I could go on and on about it. Check it out..you will be glad you did!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
I was debating between this and Cherish in the store and the SA said "You might as well buy Creme d'Nude since it won't always be here." So I did.
In the store, it really looked great on me. I have fair/medium olive-toned skin and it didn't wash me out and didn't look frosty at all. Well, once I actually wore some from my tube it looked VERY frosty and I looked like I was stuck in the 90's. I have very pigmented lips and I've never had a color look so light on me aside from Myth which I would never, ever buy. So I was really disappointed because I thought this was the pink-nude that I've been looking for - it certainly seemed that way in the store so I don't know what happened.
However, if I put some lightly pigmented lip gloss on over it - I used HIP's in Precious - it actually looks amazing. But I don't buy products that NEED to be combined with something else in order for them to look good on me. I could understand if it was NYC or Wet n Wild, but this costs $15 - yeah, I know MAC is cheap for a prestige brand, but still.
I know I won't be purchasing again but just be aware that the frostiness of this color may not be as apparent in the store as it might be later.
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This is what I wanted Blankety to be. I went to the Nordies counter and after deciding that blankety wasn't for me, the SA gave me creme d'nude. It looks like a perfect beige nude on me. Esp. after the color melts into lips. I am pale, olive toned w/dark brown hair (@ the moment) and brown eyes. Nice and moisturizing formula for me, but after it melts into lips. :-)
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Hazel
Fantastic nude color, with a nice, creamy consistency. A slight peach tint to it. I like Myth and would say this is similar but it does not have the heavy, chalky consistency Myth does. With that one, I feel I must wear some gloss over it or it's too chalky. Not so with this one. Truly awesome. I hope it stays around.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
this is the first time ever!!! i have found the perfect nude lipstick!!! i pair it with cherish lipliner, which i use very lightly and big baby plush lipgloss. this looks brillant with a smokey eye, and with painterly and black liquid liner. Can be worn day/nite, i love this lipstick!!!! i'm nc25-30. try this u won't be disappointed :-)
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
Love it! Finally tested it last night at Macy's and ended up buying it. IMO, this is nothing like Myth, which was nasty opaque and made me look like I should be laid out on a slab; nor is it even close to Hue, which is way pink. This is actually a sheer, off-whitish shade. The consistency is sorta like a Glaze, nice and sheer and glossy feeling; in fact, I piled it on and it still looked sheer. My lips are naturally very rosy, so I ended up pairing it with Creme O' Spice liner to give it a bit of depth, and I will also try it with Oak. On a side-note, the first time the MA and I looked at it, we both thought it wouldn't work on me, but after I tried it on, it actually did. You never know until you try, so if you're slightly interested, give it a shot.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
This is a very light color that definitely should be worn with a liner. I have almost no pigment in my lips so this is a really nice nude color on me. I pair it with creamola liner and flash of flesh gloss.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I really, really wanted to love this and was very close to ordering it from the MAC website because it sounded perfect, but thankfully I went to the store and tried it out first.
I loved it in the tube (a pretty, soft nude color with a distinct creaminess to it) and on my hand (pretty much the same), but on my lips it was another story altogether. Not only did it accentuate the dry parts of my lips in a big, BIG way, but it also had a milkiness to it that made my lips look very strange and unflattering.
I do need to point out that my lips are pretty strongly pigmented in spite of my pale skin (NW20 currently in MAC), so while it looked good on my pale skin, it didn't go well with my rosy lips. I think it was just a matter of it not being the right color for someone like me with pigmented (and dry) lips.
I don't want my rating to put you off unless you're in the same boat as me because it really is a beautiful lipstick and goes on incredibly smoothly. It's just not a good shade/effect on lips like mine, hence my rating of how it works on me personally.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I am asian with fair skin( cool tone), love any nudy pink lip color .
creme d' nude makes my skin tone look more porcelen like. it's beige with slight pink , SA told me that less pink than hue.