Fall Lipsticks



My personal favorite beauty trend for the fall is a bold lip! I think they are so flattering on any skin tone. I’m going to shre my top four lip colors of the season.

    1. Maybelline’s Color Sensational Lipstick-Shade: 175 Bit of Berry

This color is the perfect everyday berry color. It is a “my lips but better” color for a light day look. The formula of the lipstick is very creamy and moisturizing.

    1. NYX Butter Lipstick- Shade: 11 Licorice

This lipstick is a beautiful dark purple shade with a hint of burgundy. These lipsticks stay true to their name because they apply like butter. The shade can be easily build up to a nice satin finish.

    1. Maybelline’s Color Sensational Lipstick-Shade: 420 Deepest Cherry

Deepest Cherry is my holy grail fall lip shade. With one coat you can achieve a sheer subtle  look but with a few coats you can get a beautiful deep red look, perfect to be worn with a smokey eye for a full  fall look.

    1. Milani Color Statement Lipstick-Shade 21:Sangria   

This lip shade is very different from all the rest. I bought this to step outside of my makeup comfort zone. It is a deep but vibrant purple shade. The long wear on this lipstick is incredible. I drank a whole cup of tea and had a meal and my lipstick did not budge.

I am always looking for new lipsticks to wear so comment down below  your favorite so I can try it out!

6 thoughts on “Fall Lipsticks

  1. Fab colours! But do try Rimmel by Kate Moss in the colour 107 beautiful burgundy shade you will adore x

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