This Color-Changing Lipstick Flatters Every Skin Tone (Yes, Really)
Raise your hand if you're guilty of sticking to the same tried-and-true lip shades year after year. Yeah, us too. Not only can finding a new, trendy hue be overwhelming, but they also rarely work for a variety of skin tones. But what if branching out is as easy as picking a shade and putting it on? SassyLips has you covered. Their color-changing shades (think green to pink, black to vamp) offer a little something for everyone. But there is one that is a must-have for summer, and it legit looks good on everyone. Here's a look.
The Dare to Be You collection is full of vibrant matte shades that will last you all the way from desk to dinner. With the warm pink of “New Mantra" and the trendy nude of Keep It Classy, the lipsticks deliver serious sass with a healthy dose of moisturizing ingredients like shea butter, aloe vera, and jojoba oils.
But these aren't your typical matte colors. Just like the under-the-radar beauty brand's Keep Em Guessing and Make the Moment collections, each lipstick can intuitively morph to complement any complexion. This is especially true of our favorite hue in the series — All Caps ($16). Though it appears to be a dark, matte mocha in the tube, the formula actually turns into what can only be described as the most flattering and sweetest tone of berry. Don't believe us? See the proof below.
See? On darker skin tones, it shows up as a beautiful wine red. On medium complexions, you can see stronger pink undertones. But All Caps looks the most dramatic on pale skin tones, bringing a wearable dose of the standout shade.
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