Charlotte Tilbury's K.I.S.S.I.N.G lipsticks are moisturising and comfortable to wear.
Nude Kate is a really versatile colour. It is a light, warm peachy-brown which would suit most skintones. It is bound to be a shade you might find cheaper in another brand although I own nothing else like it.
The packaging really makes this special and it was lovely to receive this as a Christmas gift from my brother a few years ago.
The colour payoff is decent, but, like any creamy lip product, it will not last too many hours, especially if you are eating and drinking.
Note the creamy, pigmented formula- this is a really lovely lipstick for every day comfort.
As you can see, this nude works well with a pale complexion, but equally it would look nice with more tanned skin, although it may read a little lighter.
I am also wearing Charlotte Tilbury's Magic Foundation in Shade 2 and took this photo about 8 hours after application. You can see my freckles are coming through, but my skin looks fairly even.
The blush I'm wearing perfectly compliments Nude Kate. It is Hourglass' Ambient Lighting Blush in Dim Infusion which I recently raved about in a post.
While I'm here I'll talk through my eyes: Burberry's Pale Barley eyeshadow is a lovely light gold-brown shimmer and Mac's Upward Lash mascara gives separation and some thickness.
I'm impressed with how all of these products have held up, looking at the picture- do leave me a comment if you'd like a review of the mascara.