You’re in­vited to join a wine club … for your lips. These gor­geous vino shades in­stantly brighten your face and, thanks to blue un­der­tones, whiten your smile.

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1Get a Pop­si­cle-stain fin­ish (mi­nus the brain freeze) and balm-y tex­ture. Revlon Kiss Cush­ion Lip Tint in Ex­tra Vi­o­let, $10; drug­stores

2The 60-per­cent-oil for­mula treats lips to gor­geous, glossy color. May­belline New York Color Sen­sa­tional Shine Com­pul­sion Oil-in-Lip­stick in Spicy San­gria, $7; drug­stores

3This silky matte shade looks amaz­ing on dark skin tones, says celebrity makeup artist Sir John. L’Oréal Paris Colour Riche Ul­tra Matte Lip­stick in Berry Ex­treme, $10; drug­stores

4The rich color pay­off is makeup-pro ap­proved. The mag­netic cap makes it bag-friendly. Nars Au­da­cious Lip­stick in Vera, $34; narscos­met­

5Ap­ply one coat for a sheer tint. Layer on more to build up the pig­ment and shine. Lancôme L’Ab­solu Lac­quer Gloss in 468 Rose Revo­lu­tion, $26; lan­

6Not all berries have to be bold. Get mois­tur­iz­ing shine and min­i­mal color in this non­sticky for­mula. Chap Stick To­tal Hy­dra­tion Vi­ta­min En­riched Tinted Lip Oil in Sheer Plum, $9; Tar­get


Beauty PSA: Bold lip color and dry, flaky lips are a bad combo. Be­fore you swipe, ex­fo­li­ate. Buff away dead skin with a gen­tle scrub once or twice a week. Try Burt’s Bees Con­di­tion­ing Lip Scrub, $9; burts­

PRO TIPFor a trendy look, try a pur­pleberry, says makeup artist Katie JaneHughes. Rasp­berry red ismore clas­sic.

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