Revolution has teamed up with YouTuber Soph Does Nails to produce 3 mouth-watering nude lipsticks, all named after her favourite sweet treats; Syrup, Cake and Fudge. The key ingredients will leave lips with a creamy satin finish.
@SophDoesNails said: “The lipsticks match the palette very nicely. I wanted to create shades that would work for all skin tones. Syrup is perfect for all skin tones, it’s a classic brown nude. Cake is a pink nude, ‘my lips but better,’ shade. Fudge is inspired by my love for chocolate fudge cake. It’s a darker nude perfect for medium/deep skin tones. However fair skin tones can still wear this shade as a more vampy nude. I’m so happy with these.”
Wrapped in matte nude packaging, a shiny rose gold lid with Soph x imprinted on the bullet of the lipsticks.
Fudge – chocolate brown nude
Cake – pink nude
Syrup – brown nude
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Fudge is a nice nude-but-slightly-vampy shade for pretty much everyone - it makes for a rather 90s grungy look on my warmer-side-of-neutral fair skintone.
Yep; there are already a ton of nude shades out there already, but what you're paying for here is the formula - it is the perfect balance between being a slippy-and-weaker creme and a bit-too-dry matte finish. I think it applies easily in one swipe and sets very quickly, so you are getting the strong colour, [almost] traditional matte finish with good pigmentation & staying power, minus the tight & drying feeling you can get from a fully matte lipstick. As a partway-to-creme formula you get a more comfortable & slightly-moisturized feeling, minus most of the slip and weaker staying power.
I've got lots of lipsticks that wear for longer, but not any from brands that cost less than some magazines, so this is a nice 'wouldn't be devastating to misplace as it's cheap to replace' keep-it-in-a-bag/car/work draw option. I watch a few smaller beauty channels on YouTube, but I'd actually never heard of SophDoesNails before discovering the first Soph eyeshadow palette she released with the brand, so having a certain name on this collection doesn't sway my opinion of it one way or the other.