Red lipstick becomes each and every woman, no matter if you are blond, red-head or brunette, young and fresh or gained solid experience along with few
dozen of wrinkles
Susan Sarandon and Isabelle Huppert,
and Elizabeth Taylor prove it very well.
All you need is to find your perfect shade, texture. And don’t forget about most important thing – self-confidence.
But be aware that red colour looks well only on impeccably smooth lips. So before you start to paint your pout give it a proper treatment.
Polish it with Fresh‘s Sugar Lip Polish or with soft toothbrush once or twice a week and apply moisturizer on daily basis. Choose what is best for you – budget products like Vaseline‘s Lip Therapy Original or trendy expensive stuff – price doesn’t matter but your comfort is.
Red (and other vivid shades as well) needs a perfect frame. So don’t skip contouring.
Classic Maybeline‘s Color Sensational Lip Liner (shade Red) or Elizabeth Arden‘s Plump Up Lip Liner (shade Fire Red 09) will help you to do the job.
Invest in a good lip brush: precise application = sophicticated look.
Real Techniques offers Retractable Lip with synthetic bristles and Chikuhodo – T-10 with Weasels hair (we all remember that Japanese brushes are the best of the best thanks to refined makeup traditions of Noh and Kabuki theatres, right?).
If you prefer to wear classic lipstick, check Illamasqua‘s matte shade Maneater, Besame‘s vintage inspired 1931 – Carmine Lipstick or Jane‘s creamy My Pout Lipstick – Jet Setter.
Pencil-like products are worth to try too.
NYX‘s Simply Red Lip Cream (Russian Roulette shade), Bobbi Brown‘s Art Stick Liquid Lip (Cherry) or Lipstick Queen‘s Cupid’s Bow (Ovid) look very attractive.
Want to outshine each and everyone?
So BH Cosmetics Nude Rose Lip Gloss – Alexa, Face Atelier‘s Lip Glaze (Kona shade) and Australis Luxe Lip Pigmented Lip Gloss (Good-times-square) can turn into your new best friends.