May 06, 2012
I have the same issue!? ^_^
My favorite nude lipstick is Revlon's Nude Attitude. It turns a bit orange if you wear it by itself, but I apply Bonnebell's Lip Lites in Cappuccino over it. Perfect combo. If you want a really high quality one, Mac's Creme De Nude is a good one. There's a Revlon Lip Butter that's a nude color as well. Hope this helped!
May 07, 2012
For me, Nude Attitude doesn't completely blank out my lips, but it does help take out some of the pigmentation.
On the other hand, Revlon's Colorburst lipstick in Soft Nude does. So does e.l.f.'s mineral lipstick in Natural Nymph.
MAC "Myth" is one of my staples! I've never met someone who is too fair for this lipstick. However, as a backup, I would try OCC's "Tone" Lip Tar - looks like a lipstick with a gloss on top and it is insanely light. Good luck!
Illamasqua Intense Lipgloss in Absorb! It's the same colour as my skin. :)
May 08, 2012
thanks! i will have to do my research! (:
I dont know about makeing yr lips super blank, makeing yr lips look like they are dehydrated and pale isnt a nice look. maybe a bit of color for your fair skin would be nice. that way they have a little bit of a natural rose color to them. Maybe try Marks "gloss on" in shade Sunset beach its a nice natural color. Try some thing in the corals or coral/pink familly. or try a tinted lip balm. you can get them any where and they bring out the natural color in your lips, wich ALWYAS looks lovely, because it's YOUR natural color :)
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