I was able to swatch some more shades from Nu Evolution over the weekend. I didn’t have as much trouble with the colours ending up on my teeth because I was lot more careful. All of these are a little bold for me but it’s great proof that rich, opaque lipsticks can be made with non-toxic ingredients!
There are more posts on this brand here:
Melon, Coquette, Sultry and Femme Fatale
Juicy peach lipstick with a hint of orange makes lips look delicious.
There’s something about this colour and formula that is beautiful but not quite right for my skintone. It might be that it’s a touch pale and it stuck a little to any dryness on my lips.
Standout from the crowd with this Gorgeous Orange Coral!!
You can probably see that this pulls far more pink than orange and it’s very bright! It was a little hard to achieve an even layer of pigment. I personally wouldn’t wear it out but seriously .. this type of colour without toxins and dyes is impressive.
Picture yourself in BORDEAUX, FRANCE on a vineyard… THAT’S WHAT YOUR LIPS WILL LOOK LIKE… A FABULOUS GLASS OF BURGUNDY!!
Deep, dark and very vampy. One layer is enough to almost completely cancel out the colour of my own lips. This shade is quite close to the shade Lucy’s Party by Ilia Beauty. That lipstick is formulated with dyes, so if you’re after an alternative this might for you. I found that it felt firmer than all the other colours I’ve tried and I’d bet it has something to do with the pigments. This one also stains quite strongly
Exude an air of mystery with this seductive orange-red lipstick.
I found this shade was much easier to apply with the coverage being much more even. It only took two layers to end up with what I’ve shown here. It’s a very pretty shade, I just prefer African Nights and Love.