Per­fect pale lips Plus, Gemma Cair­ney

The Observer Magazine - - News - Words EVA WISE­MAN

Here is a look that is de­cep­tively dif­fi­cult. A gen­tle pop of pale pink, it should be the sim­plest of things, like a sub­tle sweep of blusher or a del­i­cate French man­i­cure. But it re­quires at least a week of lip balm. Cracked, dry lips are re­vealed as mon­strous un­der girl­ish pink, so prep­ping is es­sen­tial. And then, time must be taken to test the tones against your skin, to gauge how dra­matic you’re will­ing to go. The paler the trick­ier, but also, the most sat­is­fy­ing.

1. bareMin­er­als Gen Nude Matte Liq­uid Lip­colour In­fa­mous £17, john­lewis.com2. Sugar Pe­tal tinted Lip Treat­ment £19.50, 3. Colour Drench Lip­stick in Pink Par­fait £10, mark­sand­spencer.com4. Cloud Paint in Puff £15, glossier.com5. Bloom­ing Bold Lip­stick in Pink Car­na­tion £18.50, ori­ 6. Nars Full Vinyl Lip Lac­quer in Santo Domingo £23, asos.com7. Ab­so­lute In­ten­sity Lip­stick in Glazed Pink £17, lor­dand­ 8. Guer­lain RougeG Lip Colour £24.50, deben­hams.com9. Dolce & Gab­bana Matte Lip­stick in Dolce Peony £30, har­ 7 6 9 8

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