Winter 2019 Lippies

It’s about that time to introduce those lips to some new colors. I’ve got some winter and holiday colors that’ll be sure to flatter ALL skintones.

Fall/ Winter 2019-2020 Beauty Trends: Bright Lips

Makeup is a huge part of personal style, has been for millennia. Seasons tend to have tonal and specific colors, but as fashion trends have been bold despite the season, so has makeup trends. Here are some #liptrends in fashion and all affordable.

Also, I want to point out that left and right are edited and unedited so you can truly see the colors and #beautyunaltered – a special campaign by CVS Beauty.

Wine Lips

Cabernet or Zinfandel… wine colors are deep red and flatter everyone. Perfect shade for fall, vampy makeup or something unconventional for the holidays. Pair your deep dark red with neutral makeup (eyes and cheeks) for a classy look or sparkle for the New Year festivities.

Color Seen: Cabernet Blend by Milani

Other Wine Colors: Rose Femme Plum Riche

Red Lips

If you are trying a red for the first time, ease your way into it with a red that has a skin equivalent undertone. For me, that’s golden yellow, so maybe an orange red. I don’t flat out like orange as a color, but I like it blended with red (looks like it’s pulling total grapefruit, but you can see the true color in my IGTV video here).

Color Seen: Laugh Louder by Maybelline (orange based red)

Below: Self – Starter by Maybelline (peachy/terracotta red)

Berry Lips

Enjoy reds and wines? You’ll like the blend because they make berries. So many wine cliches 😅. Here are a couple berries that are more on the lighter side and not as concentrated with purple and blue hues.

Color Seen: Ruler by Maybelline (brown based fushcia)

Want something deeper: Founder Plum Appeal (gloss)

Below: Enjoy the View (true neutral with soft berry undertone)

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Photos: Destiny Creations

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