|Would buy this product again.||75%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I brought this randomly whilst on BeautyBay.com and am SO glad I brought it. The price made me hesitate for a moment but the colour, formula and packaging are so worth every penny. The colour suits me well and doesn't make it too nude or too pink, just right. The formula is creamy but non-sticky and lasts most of the day and the packaging is so so gorgeous, it definitely stands out in my makeup bag!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
It was expensive, but I am not sorry about one single cent I spoent on this. Love the texture, love the color
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
Swatch photo below.
I am currently around NC30 and contrary to other reviews, this did NOT wash me out nor did I find it too cool-toned. It is a perfect nude lip for me, albeit a very light nude lip. Ive noticed some people's concept of "nude lips" differ....dark coral, bright pink, dark orange peach, mauve. I don't call those nude lips regardless of skintone. My definition is a shade that is as close to the skin color as possible, with an overcast of pink, peach, beige, or brown. But I will say Naked Dolly is about as light as I can go, with a pop of pink (but no where near as pale or pink as MAC Hue). This stuff is VERY glossy. I am impressed at how a gloss can deposit so much pigment and color. Way more glossy than MAC's glaze or lustre lipsticks. I love it. The shade kinda reminds me of the now discontinued Revlon Soft Nude, but Too Faced is slightly lighter and more pink. FYI I have extremely pigmented (berry red) lips and upon two or three good swipes of this I was able to get nearly full coverage. Problem is because it's so glossy the color does seep into the cracks of your lips and seems to slide a bit. So it's not full on opaque coverage. But I like it this way, because it looks more natural. This is a good subtle gloss-lipstick cross. Worth the money for that pigmentation.
P.S. Not that I usually care about packaging, but the tube is a cute gold finish and the lid was very cleverly designed. It has a stopper, so when you shut it, you don't hear a loud click. Nice way to keep it discreet when I'm reapplying in the office!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
Pretty nice lipstick! It's a calm nude-y color, though not much color payout on my lips since they are naturally a dark pink-y mauve-y color. Looks a tad strange on me sometimes, but usually I can pull it off. It feels more like a gloss than a lipstick - it's very slick and glossy rather than drying. Because of this, it hardly has a lot of staying power but lasts at least an hour for me. Some days it will settle into cracks while other days it will lay on top of my lips. It does look HORRIBLE when it settles into the cracks, so exfoliation is a must before you apply this stuff! It doesn't really feel "creme"-y, but it is very smooth. It's pricey, but I would probably buy it again! The tube is very nice and sleek, as well!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Brunette, Straight Eyes: Brown
I usually find good products with Too Faced but I can't quite tell if I like this lipstick or I hate it. It sticks to my lips very dryingly and it doesn't even blend well if you put lipgloss over it. I like the color but I can't say I really like the lipstick itself.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
This is a very creamy, moisturizing lipstick. Not a lot of staying power though. Naked Dolly is a sheer nude pink. Great for cool toned skin types.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
First of all, let me say I love Too Faced as a brand and wanted to love this product. The Shadow Insurance is the best eye primer EVER, and the new eyeshadow palettes (Romantic, Naked, etc.) are awesome and unparalleled in color choice and quality of pigment. I didn't even know these new lipsticks existed until last week. I loved the design of the lipstick tube, and the reviews sounded promising. However . . . this product was not as expected. It is moisturizing and has a nice light smell of lemon cookie (not overpowering) to it, but it was a horrible color on me and it is very sheer, so sheer that I could barely see it on my skintone. I didn't see any hint of pink in it, it just looked nude beige to me. This made me look like a corpse. My skin tone is NC25 by MAC, so this may be why it didn't look good on me. When I googled swatches of it, it looked so pretty on other people, but they all look fairer than I am. This is going to be returned sadly, but I do love Marshmallow Bunny.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette, Wavy Eyes: Hazel
This is a really pretty color, really flattering for how pale it is. It has a good amount of pink in it so it doesn't look too corpse-like.
I have very pigmented lips, and it can go on very sheer to lighten them up. It can be more opaque, but then it tends to be more uneven and really emphasizes any chapped areas. It's probably better for paler lips in that way.
It's moisturizing but wears off fast.
The smell is quite nice.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Other, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
I really like this, the color is a nice pinky nude as others have said and it's very creamy and moisturizing. I don't even need a balm under it!
I just edited this because I have at least half left and it won't twist out of the tube anymore. this stinks!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I love the color of this lipstick.. it's a pale pink/nude. However, I didn't have an overall good experience with it. It is quite creamy, but didn't go on smooth for me... even with lip balm underneath. I tried applying with a brush and that worked better, but it quickly settled into the lines of my lips. And it accentuated any chapped areas. Needless to say, I am bummed because I do really like the color... but just can't rock it with the way it sits on my lips. =/
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
Naked Dolly is the lightest of the nude shades, and is a pink cool toned nude. I feel like I really need a liner with this one to keep me from looking washed out. Still, I find it more wearable than many other nudes.
I bought this as my third purchase in the La Creme line, I think that says something about how much I like the formula.
I am not typically a lipstick person because I feel like so many of them either dry out my lips or wear off in an unflattering way, leaving a weird lipstick ring in their wake. These are quite moisturizing and wear off evenly and beautifully.
The formula is very creamy and has a nice shine to it, although it is not as shiny as a gloss. If you want a real mirror finish, you will need to apply a gloss over this one. My lips stay moisturized and it doesn't creep into my lip lines.
The smell is nice, to me it smells faintly of orange creamsicle. I am sensitive to smells and I really can't smell this one for more than a second or two after it is applied.
Lasting power isn't the best, but it works for me as my preference is for moisturization over longevity.
The weight of this lipstick is 3g/.11 oz and the price is $21 USD so I would call this midrange as far as value goes.
So...would I buy it again? Absolutely. I have 3 already and will be purchasing a couple of the darker shades for wear this fall. Truly a big thumbs up IMO.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal Hair: Brunette Eyes: Other
I purchased the La Creme lipstick in Naked Dolly on a whim, impulse buy at Sephora. It was $25 cdn which is a little more expensive than some of the usual lipsticks i purchase, however the quality makes up for the cost imo. These lipsticks glide on so smoothly, and produce such a beautiful shine that lipgloss is not required. They feel very luxurious on my lips, and I think has improved the condition of my lips. I have had this for almost a month now, and i use it every day.Not a lot of swipes are needed to get a full dose of color.
Naked Dolly is the lightest in the nude range and is comparable to Mac Creme de Nude or YSL Tea Rose. A nude beige with a slight hint of pink. I definitely want to check out the other shades in this line. Bonus - the sticker says Made In Canada :D