We’re simply giddy about this fall’s makeup report! The trend is all about incorporating bold and dark with soft and light (think neutral, dewy skin paired with bold, vampy lips.)
The goal is to have larger-than-life, attention-drawing lips, with rich hues of red, chocolate, burgundy and rustic spice. Matte or satin…the choice is yours!
Here are four must-try colors that will undoubtedly have you craving chunky sweaters, riding boots, and pumpkin lattes:
Bold burgundy: Dark, wine-stained lips with purple undertones are slated to be this fall’s #1 lip trend! (One to try: Too Faced La Crème in Divine Wine ($21)
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Ruby red: Think classic red with a dramatic twist. Bold red shades with deep, ruby notes are a sure-fire color for all skin tones. (One to try: L'Oreal Infallible Le Rouge Lipstick in Refined Ruby ($10)
Spiced coral: Coral remains a steadfast color, but gets a pinch of warmth for fall. (One to try: NARS Fall 2012 Collection Lipstick in Autumn Leaves ($24)
Rich cocoa: Dark chocolate lips are another oh-so-hot trend, and make us want to break out the marshmallows! (One to try: Revlon Super Lustrous Lipcolor in Chocolicious ($7)
Now that you’re versed in fall’s hottest lip colors, how can you keep your lipstick from ending up on your mid-morning java cup?
Quick how-to for stay-put lipstick: There are plenty of costly lipstick primers that promise to keep your color from disappearing, but if you want a quick (and free) way to ensure your lipstick stays put, try this three-step system:
1.) Apply your lipstick.
2.) Lightly dust lips with a translucent powder, to set it.
3.) Re-apply another coat of lipstick.
Mulberry, spice, chocolate...this season’s lip trends are simply
delicious divine, aren’t they? Happy trendsetting, lipstick lovers…
Which fall makeup trends are you excited about, GalTimers? Share your comments below!
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