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Neutrogena came out with a color stick (lipstick) line that might be one of my new “go-to’s.” I’ve been looking for a lipstick that doesn’t dry out my lips, yet highly pigmented, and affordable. Sound like finding a lipstick unicorn? Well I have.

Neutrogena Moisture Smooth Color Stick are only $8.49, allowing you to update your summer look for less than a cocktail in Manhattan. I keep six shades at the powder section of my desk at Hello Beautiful for the ladies in the office. I was looking for lipsticks that compliment the various shades of brown that we have here at Hello Beautiful and I found them. Keyaira and I sampled 5 different lipsticks, on video, that look great on the both of us and will most likely look good on you, too! I’ve listed each shade below.


Source: Neutrogena


A. Cherry Pink

Summer to me is always bright and bold colors. I tend to wear minimal makeup and don a bold lip to make a real “hot” statement. This cherry pink is a perfect way to update your red, unlike many reds with blue undertones, this one is not vampy, but rather more feminine.

F. Deep Plum

Who says you can’t go dark? Vampy looks are not only for the winter! Try this deep plum. You can transition it from day to night by adding on an extra layer.


There is a nude lipstick for everyone. You just have to try and try until you find it!

B. Pink Grapefruit

Pink Grapefruit looks great on all skin tones and serves as a fabulous “nude” with a little pink pigment to add a slight dimension to your look (and not wash out your face).

C. Berry Brown 

Chocolate girls everywhere: this is your nude. ’nuff said.

E. Classic Nude

Classic nude is a great nude for light and medium skin women. It also looks great on dark skin woman, but looks more like a light brown vs. a nude on your skin.

A moisturizing, highly pigmented lipstick that won’t break the bank? Yes, please. Don’t forget to check out Hello Live! to see these lip colors on various skin tones!

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