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Clinique Creamy Nude Long Last Lipstick – Review & Swatches

Clinique Creamy Nude Long Last Lipstick

Described as a moisture rich, colour true lipstick that combines soft shine long lasting colour. A lipstick that glows on and on, as it protects and smoothes. Coverage: Moderate.

Price: $14.50US/$36.00AU
Available at: Clinique, Nordstrom & Sephora.


This nude lipstick is made very wearable due to its peachy undertones and near-opaque coverage. The formula feels creamy but not too thick, and is surprisingly very moisturizing. It took about three coats to achieve an even smooth coverage and wore for nearly three hours before needing reapplication.

I am really surprised by how much I love this color, even on my pale skin tone it manages to brighten up my face. It did not pronounce my lip lines or imperfections. As with most Clinique products, this lipstick was taste and fragrance free. It does everything the official description mentions, however I just wish it wore for a little longer.

Please note: This lipstick is in the old Clinique packaging, but I do not believe the formula has been altered.

Rating:

4.5/5 Red Frogs


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Disclaimer: This is a honest review of a product I personally purchased. I am not currently affiliated with Clinique. All photos are taken in daylight without flash. I will only post photographs that I feel closely resemble the product.


What’s your favourite nude lipstick?

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2 Comments

  1. Lovely color, and even from the photos seems to have amazing texture.

    • Out of the four Clinique Lipsticks I own, this is definitely stand out in formula and colour. Most nudes make me look like a corpse!

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