Sunday, 6 December 2015

Lipsticks For Those Who Are Afraid To Go Bold.

Lipsticks For Those Who Are Afraid To Go Bold.
Although I like to sport a bold red or berry lip during the Winter and on special occasions, I still like to opt for a subtle hue on a daily basis. I have a handful of lipsticks I have used over the years in order to train me into wearing bolder lipsticks. From muted nudes to sheer plums, this post has the run down of lipsticks you need to own if you're afraid of wearing colour. 

Fresh Sugar Lip Treatment | The Fresh Sugar Lip Treatments have quickly become a staple in my makeup routine at the moment and the hue Coral is the shade that I seem to be wearing a lot of recently. Although it packs some punch pigmentation-wise, I still find that it looks natural and feels comfortable to wear. With a super hydrating formula that moisturises, contains essential oils as well as SPF, these are perfect for those who are looking for a lip product that will give off a subtle wash of colour. 

Nars Velvet Matte Lip Pencil - Bahama | This is a long time favourite of mine and for a very good reason too. The brown nude hue flatters my complexion and looks perfect paired with any makeup look. When it comes to nude lips it can be hard to find a good balance between one that is too pale or too pink, but Bahama sits perfectly in the middle.

Revlon Super Luscious - Berry Couture | If you're looking for a budget berry lip, then this Revlon offering is your best best. With a rich, creamy formula that requires minimal effort, I tend to reach for this when I want a wearable, yet more subtle plum lipstick. This is the lipstick that got me into dark, vampy lips as it eased me in gently. I would definitely recommend this to someone looking for an easy to apply lipstick. 

Rimmel Moisture Renew - Vintage Pink | During the Autumn and Winter season it can be difficult to keep up with the berry lip trend if you're afraid of wearing a bolder lip. Vintage Pink, a purple/pink hybrid similar to that of MAC's Plumful has a moisturising formula and glossy finish making it a very wearable, everyday lipstick. 

Tom Ford Lips and Boys - Addison | I recently came to the conclusion that everyone needs at least one Tom Ford lipstick in their collection. Cue an excuse for me to buy more. If Addison, a subtle pink hue looks perfect when you're opting for a natural makeup look. If you are looking to expand or add to your nude lipstick collection, then the luxe formulas of the Lips and Boys lipsticks can be applied straight from the bullet making for a quick and easy application. 

What lipsticks do you wear on a regular basis?

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