mud lipstick for breast cancer month

Saturday, October 29, 2011
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MUD Sheer Lipstick in Sandy Beach

I know this is very close to the mark, but you still have three days to log on this weekend and purchase for Breast Cancer month! Nuusuite.com are donating 5% of profits from all MUD (Make Up Designatory) lipsticks and lipglosses to Breast Cancer Care. I've got one to show you, and it's gorgeous! MUD are well known for their make up academies and schools in NYC and LA, and are often worn by celebrities on the Hollywood red carpet.

Nuusuite.com sells MUD lipglosses and lipsticks, but the one pictured is a Sheer Lipstick in Sandy Beach, and it's a very soft nude pink shade. It looks a bit weird in the photos because I think it got a bit hot in either storage or transit and seems to have 'sweated' - it still works perfectly fine as normal, but just looks a bit odd here! Sorry about that.

It is quite sheer in application but has a lovely pigment to it that compliments my skintone - I like nude lipsticks but not intense pigment ones because then I just look like a dead corpse, whereas this one is sheer enough to provide me with a slick of colour but no scary over the top 'concealer lips'!

So just a quick little Saturday post to show you the MUD lipstick and where to head if you do wish to purchase one as they're currently donating money to Breast Cancer Care :)

You can purchase them here:
http://www.nuusuite.com/cosmetics/lips.html

What do you think of MUD? Will you be making a last minute purchase for Breast Cancer Care? What do you think of the shade shown here?
Love, Zozo 
x


Disclaimer: The MUD lipstick was a PR sample.

8 comments:

  1. i love the shade, and the logo is so cute xx

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  2. Never heard of this brand before! Love the shade of the lipstick though.

    http://zozeze.blogspot.com/
    xo

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  3. Love the colour, looks so pretty xx

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  4. Lovely colour and such a great cause Xx

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  5. Haven't heard of this before either. Lovely shade, I'm off to investigate the website.
    x

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  6. Feel a little behind the times as I've not heard of this brand but am popping over to the website as I write this!

    Is it bad that I assumed the lipstick was actually a little sandy as some weird new exfoliating method..? Oh dear. I've just woken up.

    Jade. xx

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  7. I've tried so many different light shades of lipsticks and still cant find one that doesn't look like ive put foundation on my lips, Might have to try this one.

    http://insidemenu.blogspot.com

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  8. I use to love lipsticks that is more reddish than this, it appears very pinky on me. Well, I am more astonish with a glamorous red lipstick and light shaded one.

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