Maybelline now has a "whispers," range in some cute colours... and they're kind of balmy and sheer, but still offer colour. I love them when they're a bit sheer, because it means it sort of takes on your natural colour too, and suits you better. Crayon-ish lipsticks are awesome for that too. There's a million different options. The Face of Australia ones are lovely. I like the wind-up ones best because you don't have to try to sharpen them.
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