Summers are the time to be hot! Literally and well, also cosmetically. Everyone goes carefree, bold and bright with their hair, eyes and clothes but that does not mean you sleep on your lipstick stash. The trends for lipsticks are as varied as those neon shadows and graphic eyeliners. It is the season of vivid pops of stunning lip colours lining makeup store aisles waiting to be picked up from atop high-end shelves. That is why we at This or That take this space to forecast this season's trendiest shades that go for all skin tones.
It's time your luscious lips are summer-ready!
Peach is a shade that any skin tone can carry with utmost attitude and grace. It is the go-to shade for any occasion like a casual day at work, intimate gatherings or even a brunch. It is a colour mixed of youth with a dash of feminine notes. One smooth swipe of peach and get ready to applaud utter gorgeousness, a.k.a. yourself!
Pucker up ladies, those pretty pouts are to get a dose of high-definition colour. Candy pink is a shade that delivers rich payoff and usually possesses high pigmented intensity. It is an unapologetic marvellous shade and is often seen on spring-summer collections on runways.
A personal confidence booster for some and an easy night out accessory for the others, the colour red draws attention like none other. The undeniable power of this colour is enjoyed by almost all women and all you need this summer is your shade on the spectrum of red. Then you are all set. Go girl, be as resilient as your robust red lip shade.
The winning attribute of a berry lip this summer is they suit most skin tones. Ranging from orange-y burgundy to purpley plum, the berry umbrella has many colour variations that ensure that you have got plenty of options. We would put it this way, it is hands down the LBD of lipsticks.
An intriguing conundrum in the world of beauty, nude lipsticks are a makeup-kit must-have. It spans from browns to pinks and is available in many sultry shades. Some say it must match your skin tone and some see it as a synonym with neutral. Either way, you can have fun by mix-matching shades as they resemble the shifting tones of sunset.