Nude lipstick can be deceptively difficult. Most people's mouths (perhaps happily) are not actually "nude" colored, which means most come off as a weird beige. And if you do happen to find a shade that nearly matches your skin tone, it can still, all-too-easily go from looking '60s mod to looking like maybe-misapplied foundation. Which is why we were happy to find the new creamy Rouge Dior Nude Lip Blush in Charnelle, a warm-enough rosy-pink shade, which goes on sheer rather than chalky. It delivers a subtle glow, and you can rest assured that your lips won't blend into your face. So go ahead, try going nude.