Wednesday, 15 April 2015

5 Wearable Spring Lip Colours

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I love a good bright lip as much as the next person, but in my everyday life super bright shades aren't always the most comfortable or appropriate. I may have a drawer full of lipsticks that I don't find occassion to wear very often, but I've made it a personal goal to start putting my lip drawer to good use. These are five shades I'll be rocking the most often this spring!
Sonia Kashuk Sheer Pink Lust | I keep this warm nude pink at my desk because of both the colour and formula. As the name suggests, these lipsticks are sheer but they give just enough colour to even out the tone of my lips and gives them a really pretty shine. It's a bit thicker than a tinted lip balm type of product, so I find it lasts longer and gives some moisture to the lips. The colour is a flattering natural that goes with everything so it's a prefect work staple!
Maybelline Color Whisper in Lust for Blush | This may seem similar to Sheer Pink Lust, but in reality it is much more on the cool side, and leans more pink than nude. I find I wear this most when I'm wearing cooler colours in my outfit - blues, purples etc - but it is a very flattering colour and a super light balmy texture so it's a great purse option.
Bourjois Peach on the Beach | This colour can be very full on if you want it to be, but I prefer dabbing it on and blending in so it acts more like a stain. Don't be fooled by the "waterproof, 10 hours of wear" claims, but despite that it is a beautiful shade of peachy-pink that is just bright enough to look super fresh for spring!
Revlon Coralberry | If you want to venture into the orange colours but aren't sure how comfortable you'd be, I highly suggest Coralberry as a first pick. It has definite orange undertones, but is a bit deeper so isn't quite as daring as a lot of other options. It's really quite flattering on, and I've gotten compliments when I've worn it to the office. Definitely something different that is worth a try!
Revlon BalmStain in Smitten | Finally the boldest of the bunch, Smitten is a pretty medium-cool toned pink that while being bright, still remains super wearable. The stain formula is pretty potent, so it's the type of colour that you don't have to worry about reapplying every hour. I love a good crayon-style bullet because they're easy to apply and great for on the go. A colour like this is perfect with a simple eye and neutral outfit!

What lip colours do you wear most in the spring?
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