Review of the Emma Mackey Nude Lipstick
This is a review of the Emma Mackey nude lip gloss. I’ve bought several of these, so I thought I’d give my opinion of the shades and see if I could find a winner between the neutral and peachy shades.
The colors are great. They blend well, they stay on for a long time and they don’t clump together. If you’re looking for a neutral look but want something that goes well with all skin tones, then these are great.
The matte colors don’t really work well with dark purples. If you want to be able to wear a brown, black or even red lipstick with these shades, you’ll have to make some adjustments. For instance, the neutral shade does not go well with a plum look or auburn, for that matter. The warm tone may also work better with a bronzer than a darker shade of lipstick, although the darker the shade the better it will match. If you go with a nude base or neutral-toned lipstick, you should be fine.
The nude lipstick is a bit more difficult to wear, as it tends to look too dark chocolate. If you want to get away with wearing it, make sure you go with a lighter shade. For example, if you have light brown undertones, go with a shade of white. You can also go with a lighter color on your lips for the same effect. If you have dark brown undertones, go with a more neutral color on your lips.
If you go with a neutral shade, such as a cream or ivory, the effect looks great. But if you want to go more wild, a darker hue will look great. It may be better to go with a nude lipstick and a neutral-toned lipstick.
Overall, I like the Emma Mackey nude lip gloss and the shades do go well with different skin tones. There are no complaints about how this product performs. It’s a nice color for everyday use, and if you want a nice neutral nude look, this is the one to choose.
The shade is a little bit difficult to find. It’s one of the harder colors to find at department stores, and I don’t think you can buy the shade from the website. However, if you’re lucky enough to find it, you’ll be happy with it.
If you want to find this color at a brick and mortar store, ask your makeup artist’s advice. Some may be able to offer a sample, but you can usually get the color from the website.
I would recommend the Emma Mackey Nude Lip Gloss. over some of the other cheaper shades. The color is a little bit darker, but still works well with almost any skin tone.