With their high shine, rich color and non-sticky texture, I guess it was inevitable, le sigh…
Both Sweet Praline (431; I believe it’s a brand new shade) and Fig Nectar (641; also part of Dior’s permanent collection) are nudes and should go well with dark smokey eyes this fall.
Creme de Gloss in Sweet Praline (431) and Fig Nectar (641), $26 each
I think the two colors look almost like twins in their tubes, but they come into their own once they’re worn on the lips.
Sweet Praline, the warmer of the two sisters, applies as a light peachy pink with silver micro-glitter, and I’m glad she doesn’t look milky on my lips like a lot of other nude glosses are wont to do. Makeup and Beauty Blog Rating: A
Fig Nectar applies as a cool, shimmery mauve with tiny flecks of silver glitter. There’s a touch of purplish-blue in this shade, and I’m guessing cool-toned hotties could wear it well. I can see it teamed up with eyeshadows in gray, berry or black. Makeup and Beauty Blog Rating: A
Too bad the Creme de Glosses cost an arm and a leg, but their rich color, smooth texture (non-sticky) and blinding shine saves them from the scrap heap.
A girl can never have too many nude lip gloss options.
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,