Great lip colors are must have as we ring in 2019. Moisture rich lipsticks not only stay on better, but also nourish your lips all day long. Wear long lasting lipsticks filled with rich color to create a fullness effect and give your lips the healthy glow they need.
This bold matte red lipstick shade is something you can wear all year round and still be playing it safe. Contrary to popular belief, red isn’t great just during the winter time (especially for the holiday season with Christmas and New Year’s Eve parties). Believe it or not, it is just as alluring in the spring, summer, and fall. Red lip color feels like a comfortable balm, but is super vibrant and great on the lips.
A mix of dark rich purple and a hint of pink is a great choice that pairs with bold clothing colors. It is a sensational color that brings out your eyes and works really well with a berry colored shadow. It also pairs well with those who have brown eyes.
It’s just as intoxicating as it sounds. The color is long lasting and a gorgeous matte for your lips. By keeping the rest of your make up simple, you can balance it all out just by wearing the dark stained color.
The mocha chocolate shade goes great with a whole array of colors such as greens, oranges, and browns. It is a color that melts on your lips and may even tempt you to eat it with its sweetness through the chocolaty color.
One may think that a nude shade doesn’t do much, but believe it or not – it actually packs quite a punch. For a day where you don’t feel like a 10, this color is a lifesaver. It goes on smooth with a tint of color and still makes your lips full of life with the added bonus of ensuring your lips don’t feel dry.
This is one shade that you can thrive on. It can be worn in many ways. Yes, it is one versatile color, ladies! You can wear the “not quite orange and the not quite pink” shade and have some fun with it with to give your lips some extra oomph.
Pink is great for the spring and summer, and works best with yellows and whites as well as a combination of black and white. There are varying shades of the generic pink: a hot pink, a light pink, and a frosty pink.
Orange is great when you experiencing the “end of summer blues”. Applying some orange lipstick will perk you right up. The great thing with orange is that it is flattering with most skin tones.