Hey, Milan Fashion Week is currently in full swing, and if the shows thus far are any prediction of what we’ll be wearing next spring, be prepared to get wild—at least when it comes to your lip color.
Mouths stamped in shockingly bright shades of tangerine, magenta, red, and coral have been spotted at Marni (below),Fendi (above left), Gucci, and even the normally bare-facedJil Sander (above right)
1. Dab on the color with your finger You want the brightness sans the stiffness, so the trick is to pat on the color with your finger as opposed to swiping it on straight from the tube. This pushes the color into your mouth for more of a stained effect and keeps the edges fuzzy so it doesn’t feel too perfect.
2. Go matte. Only Barbie looks cute in glossy bright lips—the rest of us just look trashy. So another good reason to pat on the shade with your finger is it creates a matte finish, which balances out the boldness.
3. Don’t neglect the rest of your face. There’s a misconception that a bright mouth looks best with an otherwise bare face. Wrong—this can make your eyes look smaller and your skin washed out. To avoid a stark contrast between your lipstick and the rest of your face, dust on a blush that’s a softer version of what’s on your mouth. So if you’re wearing a hot pink lipstick, try a pale, cool-toned pink blush. If you have on an orange-y lip color, swirl a subtle peachy shade on your cheeks. Your eyes need a little definition, too—line your top lashes in black and brush on lots of mascara.
If u are looking for a good bright lipstick try one of theese shades :)