On a daily basis I usually opt for a barely there pink lipstick offering. Although I have collected a fair share of red, berry and nude shades, it's the pinks that I come back to whenever I am in need of a quick, low maintenance lip look. Today, I am going to give you an insight in to my growing lipstick collection and i have picked my top three pink lip shades ranging from a tinted lip balm to a classic.
Clinique Pop Lip Colour - Plum Pop | Link | When the Pop Lip Colours were first released, I was quick to snap up a lot of the shades on offer. Plum Pop was the hue that stood out for me at first glance as it didn't differ much from my natural lip shade, but was still pigmented enough to add a slight gloss and colour to the lips. With a hydrating formula that nourishes and conditions the lips without compromising colour, this lipstick is a must have and perfect for those who are looking for a transitional Summer to Autumn shade.
MAC Lipstick - Brave | Link | If you don't own it, want it or haven't heard of it then I'm not sure where you've been hiding as Brave has been talked about for many months. This pink beige shade can be worn effortlessly on it's own or it can be used to make your pout look fuller with the use of a nude lip liner. With a comfortable satin finish that lasts on the lips for hours, this has been a staple in my handbag for many months now.
Fresh Sugar Petal Tinted Lip Treatment | Link | This is by far my favourite hue of all three offerings due to it's hydrating properties and subtle colour. Petal was my first shade by the infamous US brand, but I have been building up a rather large collection since. This pink blossom tint protects, whilst nourishing and deeply conditioning the lips. Unlike other tinted lip balms I have used in the past, the Fresh Sugar Lip Treatments last hours on the lips without compromising on comfort. With a subtle wash of colour that can be applied in one sweep, once you own one, I promise that you'll want to own them all.
What pink lip shades are you loving right now?
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