Lipsticks are my favorite part of wearing makeup. The perfect lipstick can pull any look together or even make the most uncomplicated makeup look stand out. Most of us arent wearing makeup due to COVID-19, but I promise that if you decide to put on a natural face and lip, you will feel so much better.
I am bringing you the top 5 spring lipsticks that you need in your collection that are all under $10!
A bright red-orange always needed for in your lip wardrobe, especially in the spring/ summer. NYX cosmetics has the perfect shade from their Dazed & Diffused line. This lipstick comes with a second end, which features the lip crayon and a brush to give a more diffused look. I like wearing the lip crayon on its own. The formula contains jojoba oil and is hydrating on the lips while providing a semi-matte finish.
A bright purple is an excellent choice of lipstick to have in your spring collection. The trick to finding the perfect purple is to find one not too bright, and with an undertone that suits the skin tone. I found the perfect shade in the Milani Bold Color Statement Matte Lipstick Collection. This matte lipstick is comfortable and provides a significant amount of pigment
A mauve nude pink is necessary to have in your spring wardrobe. It gives the added touch of having a nude lipstick with a bit of color. If you love a matte liquid lipstick, then the Milani Amore Satin Matte Collection is a perfect choice. The matte stains are very comfortable on the lips, and it provides much longer wear.
Pink is always a fun choice when wearing lipsticks. The Elf brand keeps getting bigger and bigger, with so many fun products under $10. They launched liquid lipsticks, and I happened to find the perfect shade of pink that can be worn in the office or on a night out. Disclaimer these liquid mattes are more on the drier side and must be worn with a hydrating lip balm.
I found the perfect nude that works for every skin tone. The Maybelline Color Sensational lip color in the shade Naked Dare. I wear this color with a dark liner ( Mac Chestnut), and it is the ideal nude.
What shade or shades do you plan on adding to your spring wardrobe? Let me know in the comments!