Red Lipstick?  Yes!

Red lipstick is such a classic color, and it adds style to your overall look. Women have adored this shade of lipstick for centuries, and with the many choices available today, we can be vixens with our sexy crimson lipsticks.

Many women get a little nervous and uncomfortable about wearing red lipstick, and they tend to avoid it all together. It can be a little intimidating at first if you have never worn it, but once you find the right shade for yourself, you are ready to face the world with unparalleled style.

Most any woman can find a shade of red lipstick to suit them and complement their beauty. Reds come in so many shades and textures. You can easily find matte reds, deep berry colors, and flirty shades of bright red. When selecting your shade, keep in mind your own unique features. Fair complexions are more suited to true red colors like a rose color, where warmer skin tones look best with deeper blood reds. 

Before applying the lipstick, use a lip liner in a shade lighter than your lipstick. When lined just within the natural lip line, lip liners help your lipstick stay put.  Lip Kits often offer the perfect liner and lipstick that compliment each other.  Blend in your color. If you find the color is too bright, simply use a darker lipstick to go over the color and blend them. It is a quick makeup trick that works.

Here are some tricks that you can use to wear red lipstick. Go light on the rest of your makeup. Reach for your basic neutral makeup kit. To balance the look, go for a matte face, and neutral colors.

Coordinate the rest of your look to compliment your red lipstick. You can go sophisticated with some eye-catching earrings, and high heels. Draw attention to your face and remember to find a similar color for your nails. Better yet, pamper yourself and have them done professionally to perfect your look.

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  • July 23, 2019
  • The Clique

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