Makeup Artist Nina Park Swears This Nude Lipstick Looks Good on Every Skin Tone

Plus, all of the other beauty products she can't get enough of.

I Swear by This
Makeup Artist Nina Park Swears This Nude Lipstick Looks Good on Every Skin Tone

Welcome to I Swear by This, an interview series where we chat with our favorite fashion and beauty insiders about the beauty products they use down to the last drop. This week, we asked makeup artist Nina Park to share all of the products she's loving right now.

When you think of the most memorable celebrity fashion moments over the past decade, chances are those moments didn’t occur on a magazine cover—they happened on the red carpet. And when it comes to those striking red carpet looks, it's likely that makeup artist Nina Park was behind some of your favorites. Her pared-down yet striking approach to beauty can be seen on her clients including Zoë Kravitz, Laura Harrier, Kaia Gerber, HoYeon Jung, and more. Below, Park shares the six skincare and makeup products she’s loving lately.

Sublimage Soin Perfecteur

"I love any hybrid skincare-makeup product. I like to use this [one] after moisturizer and before foundation. It has this soft, beautiful pearlized finish that works amazing as a primer under makeup if you’re looking for a subtle glow."


The Original 101 Ointment Multipurpose Superbalm

"I am constantly dealing with dry lips, and this ointment really helps soften and hydrate the lips. Plus, it leaves behind a beautiful, glowy finish."


Rouge Allure L’Extrait Lipstick in 812 Beige Bruit

"I love the silky finish of this lipstick—it’s a high-impact pigment with a glossy shine, making it super versatile. This shade is also the perfect nude; it looks stunning on every skin tone."


Master Hold Brow Gel

"This [brow gel] has such a light consistency, but it still holds every single brow hair in place. It never flakes or feels crunchy."

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N1 de Chanel Revitalizing Foundation

"This foundation has been my new favorite. It gives you light-medium coverage that blends easily and makes your skin glow."


Lid Tints

"When it comes to eyeshadow, I will always prefer to use cream or liquid formulas over powder; I think it looks more natural. These lid tints are so versatile and easy to swipe onto your lids with your fingers."

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