Milan was the first hue I bought as this vivid pink pick looks perfect during the Spring and Summer and has actually worked to help me transition from the nudes and berries of Autumn/Winter into the corals and pinks of the hotter months. Although the brightness of the pink can put me off whenever I'm wearing a stronger eye look, it's a perfect pick me up on days when I want a brighter lip.
For the colder seasons, I'm all about berries, plums and red lipsticks and Copenhagen is one that I knew I had to have this year. This deep burgundy hue looks perfect paired with dewy skin and lots of highlighter, maybe even a bobble hat and multiple layers thrown in too. Unlike many other matte lip products, this offering feels super comfortable and as the formula smells of buttercream they're almost good enough to eat.
When it comes to nude lipsticks, I have a fair few that I would consider my favourite, but currently my top pick is London, a mid-tone beige that is perfect for complexion. Although this particular shade takes longer to dry and set down, I find this is a great way to get a clean, neat lip line and it makes for a more comfortable wear.
After the success of Copenhagen, I was sceptical about trying Madrid, a shade that when swatched looked very similar. However, when worn on the lips, Madrid is a cranberry red hue that suits my skin tone down to a tee. Out of all of the colours in the line up, this is the one that lasts the longest and can still be seen on the lips after drinking, eating and being worn for several hours. A must have for the festive season and one that I don't think I'll be seen without for a long while!
What is your favourite NYX Soft Matte Lip Cream shade?