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Spring 2014 Lip Color Trends

Makeup is as important for girls and women as clothing and neglecting
the trends in makeup is very unacceptable. Fashion week introduced
several makeup looks and trends that are worthy so take a
sneak peek and learn  to get that catwalk look.

Whether you're a makeup novice or your cosmetics case is
full, use lipstick to complete your look. Once you find your
best colors, you'll be able to put your best face forward.You can also create your own custom colors by mixing two or more
lipstick shades if you're having trouble finding the perfect one. Plus,
it's always a good idea to have several options on hand ranging from
light to dark Its always about choices for the day.

If you don't know where to start when choosing a lipstick, look for models or celebrities whose skin tone is similar to yours.
See what cosmetic colors they wear and if it really looks good on them;
then you can shop for your own.

How do you choose which lipstick colors will look best on you? As for
women of any ethnicity, your biggest consideration is your complexion.
Because African American skin tones vary, keep in mind whether your complexion is light, medium or dark.
In addition, the undertones of your skin also have an effect on whether a lipstick really makes your lips pop.

If your skin-tone is light, try these colors:

  • Pale to deep pink
  • Peachy
  • Taupe
  • Red

For medium-tone skin, experiment with these lip colors:
  • Reds
  • Medium to deep pink
  • Bronze
  • Magenta
  • Medium to deep brown
For dark-rich tone skin, try these shades:

  • Deep reds
  • Fuchsia
  • Magenta
  • Chocolate brown
  • Bronze
From pinks to reds, deep burgundy to rich orange, a pout accented by bold lip color is simply stunning.

Lust worthy lips can totally change your image so why not have a similar seductive look especially if it takes  minimal effort? 

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