Gothic lip­sticks to ring in Halloween

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GOTHIC lip­stick is back with a bang, and there is no bet­ter time of year to test out the trend. Here are five ways to cel­e­brate this Halloween with a lip­stick darker than your soul.

Black Cream

Smash­box’s Be Leg­endary lip­stick in Sheer Black Cream taps into the cur­rent celebrity beauty trend for sleek black lip­stick hues. Thanks to the pres­ence of shea but­ter and vi­ta­mins C and E, the prod­uct prom­ises to glide on eas­ily and evenly, with­out dry­ing out the lips.


Not ready to com­mit to black lip­stick? Lime Cream’s Matte Vel­vetines liq­uid lip­stick se­ries in­cludes the ap­pro­pri­ately spook­ily named Night­shade, a deep red­dish pur­ple hue that will add a Gothic el­e­ment to any makeup look.

Black Matte

Dior’s Rouge Dior Liq­uid in the shade Black Matte doesn’t beat around the bush – the prod­uct pro­vides a matte, black, high-fash­ion lip stain that prom­ises to be long last­ing and will suit a wide range of skin­tones.

Vampy Vel­vet

Vampy Vi­o­let is the omi­nous name of this dark pur­ple hue from E.L.F. Cos­met­ics’ Vel­vet Matte Lip­stick lineup, which is in­fused with Ar­gan oil, Vi­ta­min E and Rose to keep lips hy­drated and the cov­er­age even and sup­ple.

Mid­night Blue

Dark blue hues are an­other way to tap into the Gothic trend while stand­ing out from the crowd, and Make Up For Ever has a par­tic­u­larly be­guil­ing shade in its Artist Rouge Creme port­fo­lio called Mid­night Blue. – AFP Re­laxnews

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