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Nude Lips (Beige/Brown based) Part 1

Hold on to your hat folks we've a got a lot to go through, way more than the last category. So much so that I'm going to split these up between lip glosses and lipsticks. First up: lip gloss.

Clarins Instant Light Natural Lip Perfector '03 Nude Shimmer' 


Exotica Extensions & Make Up Lip Luster 'Natural Diva'


Gerard Cosmetics 'Nude'


Makeup Doll Cosmetics 'Velvet Teddy'

This has a surprisingly thin formula.


NYX Butter Gloss 'Praline'

<3


M.A.C Lip Glass 'C-Thru'

I bought this on recommendation from lilpumkinpie05 but I don't like it at all. This has to be the thickest lip glass I ever used and it's already gone bad which is odd since I've had some long before this that haven't.


NYX Girls '22 Natural'

Really impressed with this formula and the applicator.


Check out the lipsticks here.

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