Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Lipstick Week | 3 Autumn Brights

To start lipstick week I discussed nude lips so today I thought I would share some of my favourite bright lips that are a few of my most reached for this time of year. My favourite types of brights are plums and bright pinks with the occasional red thrown in there for good measure.
Lipstick Week | 3 Autumn Brights
MAC Girl About Town
Revlon Lipstick Cherries In The Snow - £7.49.
This is such a classic lipsticks; it's one of Revlon's oldest shades and it is just beautiful. It is the perfect cherry shade, as the name would suggest. It's very bright, but to me it is a grown up pink option and great if you want something different to the classic red shade.
Rimmel Kate Moss Matte Lipstick in 107 - £5.49.
This time of year I have to have at least one plum option in rotation and this one is still my favourite. Although it is a matte finish it doesn't feel drying on the lips yet looks very sleek for it not being glossy. It has just the right amount of red in it so the purple tones aren't too overpowering whilst having a really good wear time.
MAC Lipstick Girl About Town - £15.50.
My favourite MAC lipsticks in my collection are definitely the brights, this one being a new favourite of mine. Girl About Town is a lovely, fun bright pink with a blue undertone which I find makes it look very flattering on. It's a very unique shade which I think would suit a lot of skintones and once again I find this wears really nicely on the lips.
MAC Girl About Town
L-R Revlon Cherries In The Snow, Rimmel 107, MAC Girl About Town
Lipstick Week | 3 Autumn Brights
There is something I just love about layering up with jumpers and a thick scarf then applying a bright lip that I can't get enough of this time of year. I can make a simple makeup look appear really put together with so little effort. What are some of your favourite Autumn brights?

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