Lime Crime just released a slew of cream lipsticks, and the brand clearly wants to cater to our never-ending obsession with nude shades. There's just something so sleek and effortless about a lip color in a perfect nude. Whether we're going for one with a pink tint to it or an exact match to our skin tone, nude lipstick is a must-have for any makeup bag.
Anytime you want a 10-minute makeup routine that will get you out the door quickly yet have you looking fully beat and glam, the nude lipstick is an easy selection. Lime Crime seems to get how important a proper nude lipstick is for everyone and that we can never own too many in our stashes.
Lime Crime also promises that the Lip Blaze formula will not fade.
"Take a dab of Lip Blaze and wrap lips with a creamy layer of moisture," the brand wrote on Instagram. "Apply it over your fave Velvetines Lip Liner for color that is never faded. You won't be able to pass up this dope combo - it's a hit!"
One person really appreciated that Lime Crime didn't go with a matte lipstick collection.
"The shades remind [me] of the NYX Lingerie Lipsticks but those are matte. I love these shades," the fan shared. "Def want a few of the lighter shades, I don’t like creamy dark shades only in a matte."
Hmm... It does seem that brands are always dropping lipsticks with a matte finish.
If you want to try the Lip Blaze cream lipsticks, then here's how to get a discount on your first order.
Scroll down to the bottom of the Lime Crime page to find the sign-up box for the email list. All you have to do is give the brand your email and you'll receive 15% off of your first order. You could also sign up for the email list, get the discount code, then remove yourself from the list whenever you feel like it.
Who's ready to give your lips the creamy nude treatment via Lime Crime?
A "nude" shade means different things for different skin tones. Thankfully, more brands are catering to beauty lovers with deeper complexions. Lime Crime, it looks like you hit a high note with this one. Hehehehehehe. Get it? High note?!