Burt’s Bees Creamy Moisturizing Nude Lipstick

Last updated date: August 2, 2022

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9.0

Burt’s Bees Creamy Moisturizing Nude Lipstick

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We looked at the top Nude Lipsticks and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Nude Lipstick you should buy.

Update as August 2, 2022:
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Overall Take

Formulated using natural ingredients, this nude lipstick is free of harmful parabens and phthalates. Ladies will love how the lipstick glides on smooth and then leaves lips with an attractive shine. Even better is that the lipstick moisturizes, thanks to the included moringa and red raspberry oil.


In our analysis, the Burt’s Bees Burt’s Bees Creamy Moisturizing Nude Lipstick placed 2nd when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Burt’s Bees Glossy Lipstick in Nude Rain gives you medium coverage, glossy lip color you’ll love, with natural, moisturizing ingredients that love your lips in return. These long-wearing lipsticks make lips super lustrous and keep them hydrated. Nourishing Red Raspberry Oil, Moringa Oil and Meadowfoam Seed Oil moisturize, leaving lips smooth and beautifully soft. One of six glossy shades, Nude Rain is delightfully neutral with just a hint of mauve to enhance dry lips while providing long-lasting hydration. Burt’s Bees also offers 18 satin finish lipsticks in a versatile color palette from nudes to pinks to reds to plums. All Burt’s Bees Lipsticks are formulated without parabens, phthalates, petrolatum, SLS or synthetic fragrances, and made with recyclable packaging. They’re 100% natural makeup products and never tested on animals.

An Overview On Nude Lipsticks

Lipsticks come in a nearly infinite range of colors and have many different finishes. When you’re choosing a nude lipstick, it’s important to understand the different types and what look they give.

Classic lipstick is made with a waxy substance that comes in a tube. It uses waxes and oils for the main body or texture, emollients to keep lips moist and pigments to give color. They come in matte or glossy finishes. A matte finish provides depth, definition and volume, while a glossy finish tends to give high-impact color and moisture.

Lip glosses have a dip-style applicator and give sheen, color and plumpness; liquid lip glosses are available in both matte and satin finishes.

Next, there are lip stains. Lip stain is translucent and simply stains your lips rather than adding depth and is usually formulated with water or gel. Lip stains last longer and are generally smudge-proof.

Finally, there are lip crayons. Lip crayons look like a crayon or pencil and need to be sharpened to be used. They come in a wide variety of colors and finishes, including metallics.

With a nude lipstick, the next thing you should consider is your complexion. Whenever possible, sample lipstick before buying it by applying it to the inside of your wrist. Look at it in natural light, as cosmetic counter lighting can be deceptive. Determine if you have a cool or warm skin tone and match the temperature and darkness of your nude lipstick to your skin.

The Nude Lipstick Buying Guide

  • When trying different shades of lipstick on your lips, do not sample more than three at a time. Residual buildup from previous shades and textures will throw off the look of subsequent samples.
  • Keep in mind that lighter or darker colors give different effects. While a darker shade can be a rich statement look, a lighter shade can look ethereal.
  • Choose the right texture according to how naturally dry or moist your lips are. Cream lipsticks are better for naturally dry lips, and matte finishes for naturally moist lips.