Five Great Nude Lip Products For All Budgets

Five Great Nude Lip Products For All Budgets

The nude lip is iconic now. Everyone has a favourite and we’re all forever on the hunt for the best out there – right? So in the name of helping you to finding a new one, here’s five great nude lip products for all budgets…

I love a pink lip. And a nude lip. And an everything-in-between lip. Those are my go-to kinda shades and the ones I’m forever wearing. I just love those kind of colours! So much so that I never stop hunting for better ones, even though I always go back to my trusty favs – isn’t that the way though?! I have a drawer full of them and still love to try new colours, tones and finishes. So with that said, I thought it would be great to list some nude lip products for all budgets in case you’re shopping around for a newbie yourself.

Too Faced -‘Peach Puff’ Lip Colour – £18

If you’re looking for a matte lip colour from a premium brand that’s fun in packaging and style then I couldn’t recommend the Too Faced Peach Puff Lip Colours enough. These pen-type lip products have a ‘puff’ applicator that’s like a built-in sponge tip, so it’s quite nice to apply and it goes on really well. The finish of the product itself is matte, very matte! So if you’re looking for something that’s got a lot of colour power and also a top-level matte finish, this could be for you. Priced at £18 each and available in 12 shades it offers a great selection of natural pink and nude tones. I have three and love them all.

Too Faced -'Peach Puff' Lip Colour Review

Misslyn Colour Crush Lipstick – £8.50

If you’re not looking to break the bank then a great nude and pink selection of lipsticks to check out is from bargain beauty brand, Misslyn. Their Colour Crush Lipsticks are only £8.50 each and there’s a huge range of colours to pick from with a nice selection of good ‘old nudes. These ones foffer more of a silky payoff in finish, it’s not matte but not creamy, and more like something in between and it’s quite well lasting for a normal lipstick formula too. I’m intending to try the full range of these at some point soon as they’ve impressed me so much and the red selection looks great too.

Misslyn  Colour Crush Lipstick

Soleil Hydra Volume Lip Masque – £18

I have become hooked on the Soleil Hydra Volume Lip Masques recently and can’t rave about them enough. They’re an SPF protection product that means they prevent sun damage to the lips and at the same time they also offer hydration and collagen stimulation in one – which makes them a summer essential in my books. As well as this, there are multiple shades available and I have one pinky champagne tone and one pure nude – they’re always in my bag now. Gliding on like a gloss but not sticky, they shine a lot on the lips so they’re perfect for your holidays.

Soleil Hydra Volume Lip Masque Review

Bobbi Brown Crushed Liquid Lip Limited Edition – £19

I have talked about these lipsticks multiple times on my blog as I am head over heels in love with their formula. The Bobbi Brown Crushed Liquid Lips have the colour payoff of a liquid lipstick with the finish of a cream: it’s beautiful and right up my street. The new limited edition collection features two great nudes (East Coast Slay and West Coast Bae) which makes them perfect if you’re in the market for a new nude lip product. These come on a wand and apply directly that way and they have a great level of staying power too. These will forever be my indulgent treats.

Bobbi Brown Crushed Liquid Lip Limited Edition Review

Lipstick Queen Rear View Mirror Lip Lacquer – £22

I’m a big fan of Lipstick Queen products – I think they’re such an underrated brand and deserve more people to know about and try them. They offer some of the best formulas and their colour selection is fantastic. Their Rear View Mirror Lip Lacquers offer more than a simple lipstick – they’re great for long-wearing colour and the two nude shades are perfect for different skin tones as one is lighter and the other darker. I love Little Nude Coupe for everyday wear as it’s powerful and also great for pale skin tones. It’s designed in a click up pen so you always know you’ve got enough if you need it too.

Lipstick Queen Rear View Mirror Lip Lacquer

So if you’re looking to update your collection or try some new nude lip products then I hope you’ve found a little inspiration here! As a fellow nude, pink lip lover these are products and shades I can 100% vouch for -so let me know which ones you’ve got your eyes on. And to make it easier, here’s a link to shop them all.

You’re welcome!

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  1. July 22, 2019 / 1:49 pm

    Those are such lovely nudes but I just can’t wear those kind of shades, which makes me sad as they are so so pretty. x

    Sarah 🌺 || Boxnip || Latest Post

  2. July 22, 2019 / 4:15 pm

    bobbi brown liquid lipsticks sound fab x

  3. July 23, 2019 / 10:37 am

    These all look lush! I love a nude lip, too! If you haven’t already tried it, I really recommend Jeffree Star’s velour liquid lipstick, my favourite nude shade is Celebrity Skin, it’s one I wear almost every day! <3

    Toni |

  4. July 23, 2019 / 12:31 pm

    I don’t wear lip products but if I did, I’d definitely go with these colours! x

  5. July 24, 2019 / 12:37 pm

    They look lovely, I don’t really wear nudes very often but I’m definitely interested in the Too Faced ones x


  6. July 26, 2019 / 9:46 am

    I feel like I’ve not worn a nude lip in forever but these colours are gorgeous!

  7. Erin
    July 27, 2019 / 10:16 am

    Oh wow they are STUNNING! SO so pretty!

    Erin || MakeErinOver

  8. July 29, 2019 / 10:21 pm

    The Soleil Hydra Volume Lip Masque caught my eye for sure! I wonder what colour would suit me? Or do they offer a clear one? Thanks for sharing Chloé x

  9. Roxie Watt
    July 31, 2019 / 12:51 pm

    Misslyn isn’t a brand I’m familiar with but this lipstick looks beautiful. I will definitely check the out.

    Roxie |

  10. July 31, 2019 / 3:37 pm

    I’ve never tried any of these but I can recommend Bare Minerals.

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