Party Lips

Health (USA) - - Love Your Looks - By LISA DESAN­TIS

The eas­i­est way to up your

makeup game for any fes­tive out­ing? Swipe on

a bold color! Here, we cu­rated the per­fect shades

for ev­ery skin tone.

May­belline New York Color Sen­sa­tional Shine Com­pul­sion Lip­stick inBerry Black­mail($8; tar­ the sheer side, this black­berry stain won’t over­whelm fair com­plex­ions. Al­may Lip Vibes in Love Big($8; bright, nearly neon fuch­sia is the per­fect way to perk up even the most porce­lain faces. Chanel RougeAl­lure Vel­vetEx­trême in Idéal ($37; Rock a blue-red! It will con­trast beau­ti­fully and give a fes­tive feel. Bobbi BrownLuxe Matte Lip Color in Crown Jewel($37; blue-based plum color will help neu­tral­ize any red­ness. Bonus: It will also make teeth look whiter! Revlon Matte is Every­thing Su­per Lus­trous Lip­stick in Femme Fu­ture Pink ($5; wal­ You can wear just about any shade of pink—so why not go for a fun bub­blegum? Mary Kay Gel Semi-Shine Lip­stick in Red Smolder ($18; Bring out warm un­der­tones with a rust shade in a for­mula that has a tiny bit of shine to help you glow. CoverGirl Ex­hi­bi­tion­ist Lip­stick Metal­lic in Ren­dezvous($10; wal­ Metal­lic flecks in this pur­ple hue play up your skin’s golden un­der­tones. Clin­ique Dra­mat­i­cally Dif­fer­ent Lip­stick Shap­ing Lip Colour in Strut ($19.50; clin­ Skew­ing more rasp­berry, the warmth in this hue will com­ple­ment— not clash—with olive skin. Pat McGrath Labs Mat­teTrance Lip­stick in El­son 2 ($38; patm­c­ Bring the fire! An or­ange-red will pop on you and give you an over­all sun-kissed vibe. L’Oréal Paris Colour Riche Ul­tra Matte Lip­stick in Berry Ex­treme ($10; lo­re­al­paris­ Va-va-voom! Opt for a deep, vampy shade like this eg­g­plant—you can to­tally han­dle it. Char­lotte Til­buryHot Lips in Elec­tric Poppy ($34; char­lot­tetil­ Go too light, and you get a chalky ef­fect. This bul­let de­liv­ers just enough color to flat­ter. TPSY Ab­soliptly in Red Clay ($21; nord­ This deep mer­lot num­ber is ver­sa­tile and looks su­per so­phis­ti­cated.

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