NOW THAT YOU know how to wear a dark hue with ease, let’s take a look at all the sultry shades on offer, shall we?
1. Wet ‘N’ Wild Mega Last Lipstick in ‘Vamp It Up’
This is a super plummy, demi-matte option that can be picked up in most Penneys stores for less than a fiver. Laughin’.
This pink-purple hybrid is long-wearing without being drying – ideal, given how high-maintenance dark lips can be!
If you’re feeling adventurous, this blueberry shade from Rimmel’s range of liquid lipstick could be right up your alley.
Ok, this is actually pretty tame in comparison to the others, but again, if you’re over the sea of plums, a cool-tone grey could make a nice change.
5. e.l.f. Liquid Lipstick in ‘Black It Out’
Another Penneys golden nugget, it’s shown with gloss in the picture above, but you can keep it matte if you’d rather not spend the night reapplying.
Good brown lipsticks can be hard to come by. This is a great middle-ground – a very wearable red-brown that’ll suit a lot of complexions this winter.
These have been compared to MAC lipsticks in terms of wear and pigment, they’re well worth a look, particularly this creamy midnight blue.
Something a bit less deathly and certainly more conservative, this is a good all-rounder from a brand globally praised for their lip products.
Source: Collection Cosmetics
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