Charme is a great color for pinks that look wonderful on fair-skinned women.
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
Natural Mauve would be very nice! I am the same coloring as you and I find that color very flattering.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
I like Origins Plum but I'm not looking for a pink per se, more of a mauve. The reason I bought this was that it looked to me to be closest to mauve while not being too dark.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
If you want a liner, it would be Lancome's natural mauve. Color your lips with it under your gloss and it will change the color, or line your lips and it will hold your gloss longer
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
Charme is the most 'pale/neutral' shade offered here, but as I mentioned in my review, keep in mind that it is *so* neutral and pale, it may cause your lipstick or gloss to appear brighter or a different shade because most women's lips are slightly darker or pinker than their skin, so "nude" lips are actually a shade of mauve or pink.
You may be happier then with the Mauve shade, which in person is closer to most fair-skinned people's lipcolor than Charme, which is literally "nude" (i.e., could make your lips nearly invisible). The brush allows you to control the 'severity' of the line, and blend it well into the lip so you don't get that telltale "liner" look.
The exception is if you are in the habit of lining the outside the edge of your lip (versus on the lip itself), or you don't fill in your lips with lip pencil as a 'base' under gloss or lipstick. In that case you're probably fine with Charme.
Remember you can always return what you don't like on you, so you could order both and return the one that you don't need.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
I would try Charme. It's a light pinkish neutral. Good luck!! BTW...... The swatches on the website are hit and miss, in particular, Ideal. It shows it to be red, while in real life, it's a pinky-brown neutral!!
answered 3 years, 6 months ago