Sunday, June 16, 2013

Summer Coral Lipsticks

Summer is coming! One thing that's sure to be in during the summer months is that bright orange-pink hue, otherwise known as coral. I have made a list of my favorite coral lip products just in time!

First up:
Revlon Lip Butter in Tutti Frutti #015

All the Revlon Lip Butters are smooth and conditioning on the lips. Good thing, 'cause no one wants dry lips in the summer heat! Tutti Frutti is a coral, more orange toned than pink, which goes great with that summer tanned skin. 

Next up:
Revlon Lip Butter in Juicy Papaya #027

Another Revlon Lip Butter. Seriously, these things are the best! Easy to apply, with great color payoff. Juicy Papaya is a newly released color, and I have to say, it's my favorite of them all! It's definitely more on the pink side, so if you're a fan of pink, you need this in your collection. 

Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain in Rendevous #040

Another Revlon product. Their lip products are definitely a highlight of the brand. The Kissable Balm Stains are moisturizing and stain the lips, making the color just last and last. Rendevous is a classic coral color, a pretty even balance between orange and pink. 

Loreal Colour Riche in Sunset Angora #176

These Loreal Colour Riche came out soon after the Revlon Lip Butters. They are moisturizing, and I have to say, the color payoff is even better than the Revlon Lip Butters!  If you like your corals on the pink side, check out Sunset Angora. 

And last, but not least:
Mac's Watch Me Simmer

Mac is most known for their lipsticks, and there's a reason for it. Watch Me Simmer is an amplified finish, which means this shade is definitely a pop of color. Sadly, the color is limited addition, but they have already re-promoted once because of it's popularity. Keep you eyes open, and maybe you can get your hands on this soon. Of course, you can also scour the internet for someone selling it on ebay or some other similar site. 

Enjoy the coral!

P.S. Any coral lip products I should know about? Leave them in the comments!

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