I love Nouveau Pink. It’s such a bright pink…perfect for Spring/Summer.
You can really where any color lip gloss over it, it just depend on what look you’re going for. I’m going to assume you want to keep the color as true as possible, so I’m going to recommend glosses that won’t alter Nouveau Pink’s gorgeous color.
Some pinks I think would complement it are:
1. NYX Mega Shine Lip Gloss in “Dolly Pink”
I think this is the perfect pink to go over Nouveau Pink. I think it pairs very well because it’s the perfect blue based pink.
2. Revlon Super Lustrous™ Lip Gloss in “Pink Pout”
Pink Pout is still blue based so it should work. It’s not an exact match, but it’s a more sheer gloss so it’s going to add more shine than color.
3. Maybelline ShineSensational™ Lip Gloss in “Watermelon Punch”
This one isn’t as blue based, but I think it’ll still be close enough. Also, the ShineSensational glosses have a pretty sheer wash of color. So they’re going to be like Revlon’s and be more for just adding shine.
4. Covergirl Queen Collection Lip Gloss in “Shine On”
You could always go for a clear gloss that has a bit of glitter in it. Nouveau Pink is a gorgous color, but it isn’t the easiest to match. Going with a clear gloss is definitely a safe bet.
You also asked about good contouring eye shadow colors for fair skin. That’s going to depend on what you’re trying to contour. Some people use eye shadow on contour their eyes, nose, or even cheeks or jawline, so it’ll all depend.
When you’re contouring, always use a matte shade. Avoid anything with shimmer. The point of contouring is to make the part of your face that you’re applying your contour to, recede back. If you use a contour with shimmer, it’s just go to highlight that area…and that’s not what you want.
When contouring your eyes, you can use whatever colors suits your fancy. Just make sure it’s the darkest color of you eye makeup look and it should be placed in your crease and outer corner. When contouring the rest of your face, I suggest using a color that is about 2 to 3 shades darker than your skin. You don’t want to go too dark right off the bat or you’ll look a bit crazy. I always say start off with less than you think you’ll need and you can always build up the color.
Here’s a post I did on contouring/highlighting that might also help you out.
Hope this helps!