Friday, February 21, 2014

Three Lipsticks You Need Now

Lately, I've been thinking about the lipsticks that routinely end up in my purse.  Maybe I'm just makeup obsessed or maybe I recently had to clean out my makeup bag and (literally) pulled out 12 lip products in various forms (lip gloss, lip stick, lip balm...)

Whenever that happens, I find one or all of these in there and ... I just throw them back in!  These are my every day lipsticks that go with anything no matter what season and no matter what event.  A "your lips, but better" lipstick is quite a handy thing to have in your purse.

Revlon Temptress

First, up a classic drug store option.  Revlon has so many gorgeous lipsticks, and this is one (of many, if I'm honest) that never lets me down.  This is a creamy pink named Temptress.  You could call this a pinky nude, but it's more pinky than nude.  Try it.  You'll love it!

Clinique Pink Beach


Next up, Clinique.  I haven't tried a lot of their lipsticks, other than getting them in gifts with purchase.  This was the first lipstick I purchased from the brand.  It's called Pink Beach, and I literally bought it because I saw somewhere that Jennifer Aniston wears this.  Who knows if that's true, but look at it!  It's so pretty.  It's a gorgeous pink with a slight golden shimmery-ness through it.



MAC Syrup

Last, but certainly not least, this is a classic MAC lipstick.  It's called Syrup, but it doesn't look like syrup. Weird, right?  It's a purple-y pink, creamy shade.  I find that purple-toned lipsticks look more natural, because it mimics the natural purple-tone of lips.  Now, if you look at the picture above, you'll see that I've used a fair amount of this lipstick.  I bought this lipstick at the beginning of December.  I have never used a lipstick this fast!  I will definitely repurchase this as soon as it's used up.

And there you have it!  My top 3 every day lipsticks.  If you try any of these, let me know what you think of them!

Happy Friday!  What are you doing this weekend?

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