I purchased this lipstick shade several weeks ago at Ulta, and have worn it a few times since then, enough to give my opinion here.
As so many of us tend to do, I was on yet another quest for the elusive MLBB lipstick! I happened upon the Lipstick Queen display, where I also picked up Jean Queen (or is it Queen Jean?) to swatch. Saint Nude first caught my eye, but they were sold out. The next one was the Saint Natural....it looked nice when I tested it on my hand, so I purchased it, too. I'd describe it as kind of a neutral berry tone, probably equally complimentary for either cool- or warm-toned ladies. As for me, I'm very pale, NC10-15, and this lipstick shows up nicely and enhances my own lip color without garishly announcing that I'm wearing lipstick.
I went to meet my husband after shopping, but put on a coat of my new Saint Natural lipstick first. My husband inquired as to what treasures I found, and I told him I was wearing my new lipstick that I just bought. He laughed because he thought I was joking! Soooo, this really is a MLBB shade for me. Then my husband laughed because he doesn't understand why we women are silly enough to buy lipstick that is exactly the same shade as our lips. Men!
Anyway, this is a pretty comfortable lipstick to wear, although it doesn't feel as smooth and moisturizing as Medieval or Jean Queen. I clicked that I would repurchase, but I'm not entirely sure I would. I prefer a very moisturizing and comfortable lipstick, even if it means that I sacrifice length of wear-time. I'd much rather reapply frequently and feel like my lips stay smooth, supple, and comfortable. This lipstick endures a bit better for me if I first moisturize my lips with a teeny bit of Aquaphor ointment.