Nicki Minaj X MAC - Find Your Ideal Nude Lipstick

MAC is widely known as a brand which caters to all ethnicities, ages and genders

 

The ideal nude lipstick is different for everyone and depends on skin tone, mood, and desired effect.

For a safe (but not at all unexciting) bet, opt for something as close as possible to the natural shade of your lips in a soft, creamy texture. This will make lips appear plumper, give makeup a finished, polished appearance and look good with any other products you choose to wear. It will also have the added benefit of never looking scruffy or worn off if you eat or forget to reapply during the day.

MAC is widely known as a brand which caters to all ethnicities, ages and genders, and is one of the best brands to go to when looking for a nude lipstick to suit any skin or lip tone. To make it even easier, MAC have just released a dedicated collection of nude shades in a variety of textures, as well as accompanying glosses and lip pencils. The collection, MAC x Nicki Minaj, includes two shades designed by Minaj herself – Nicki’s Nude and The Pinkprint (each is €20) – with 20 shades featuring overall from pale pinks all the way to rich mochas.

The collection is available now, and includes glosses and lip liners also but will likely sell out quickly. If you have been searching for your ideal nude lipstick, you may find it on MAC counters now.

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