Review and Swatches: Essence Cool Nude (I Love Nude TE)

In the trend edition collection I Love Nude Essence released five nude lipsticks. From all five I liked only two shades, but decided to get only one, Cool Nude, because it seemed the most wearable and it looked like it'll suit my skin tone well. 


The packaging of the lipstick is the same to their other lipstick’s packaging, just that’s in the colour of the shade. The formula itself actually surprised me, because I didn’t expect it’ll be so good. Cool Nude is very creamy, but moisturizing lipstick. It doesn’t emphasize any dry parts on the lips and it feels so light, like I wouldn’t wear anything at all. 


Cool Nude is a pinkish brown nude shade that looks shiny on the lips. Its pigmentation is great, it covers the lips with one layer. It doesn’t last really long on the lips, but that’s normal for nude lipsticks. It does transfer on the glass when drinking and it doesn’t survive a meal. I really love how it looks on me. It suits my skin tone perfectly. I actually find this shade pretty close to my natural lip color, so it doesn't look strange on me even if I'm not wearing any makeup. Unfortunately I don’t have a photo with full face makeup to show you, how it look on me, but don’t worry, I’ll definitely use in the future with different makeup looks.  
Lipstick contains 3,8 g and it costs around 2,5 €. I'm not sure about all lipstick shades of I Love Nude collection, because at least two seemed unwearable to me, but I'd definitely recommend Cool Nude if you're searching a nice nude lipstick that wouldn't dry out your lips. In February or March, it depends when new Essence products will arrive at drugstore, it'll become a part of regular assortment, so don't worry if you missed this collection, you'll still get a chance to check and purchase it. :) 


EDIT: Today I had some time for makeup, so here's a photo of me wearing Cool Nude. I have pretty basic makeup on my eyes, because I'm testing a new palette. :)



Have you try anything from I Love Nude collection? Thank you for reading!