5 New Lipstick Color Trends To Try This Summer
Bright orange is summer's equivalent of a striking red lip, and this pigmented, matte shade from Chanel will be just as classic for the season.
Revlon's cult-classic Lustrous Lipstick nails the bold hue, too.
For a satin finish in the bright shade, try PYT Beauty's ultra-moisturizing formula.
For a sultry summer evening, blot a little bit of berry lipstick onto your lips. A little goes a long way with this high-impact formula, so if you don't use up this summer, you can apply with full coverage for a gorgeous fall or winter lip, too.
This beautifully berry color has cooler undertones that will compliment cool and neutral skin tones, too.
e.l.f. Sheer Slick ($5)
This sheer formula creates the perfect wash of color for your summer evenings.
Super soft pinks are easy for everyday summer looks, and about the only effort we can put into Zoom calls at this point. Feel free to use National Lipstick Day as an excuse to stock up on this iconic pinky balm.
Add a hint of pink to your pout with indulgent tint from Bobbi Brown.
This buttery balm will enhance your natural lip tone with a subtle pinky glow.
Chocolate brown is the ultimate cool-girl shade for summer 2021. This Black-owned brand knows how to create formulas that compliment dark skin tones.
Try a matte brown lip for your next night out this summer—it's always more fun to experiment with trends when you're with your friend group.
This slightly caramel-hued brown matte lipstick is the perfect way to try out the trend for warmer skin tones.
Y2K trends are everywhere right now—including on our lips! It's no surprise fun, frosted lipsticks are back for a camera-ready look, which you can test out with this affordable CoverGirl version.
MAC knows their Y2K trends, so you know this frosted lipstick is going to be good, too.
Leave it to Rihanna to bring us the perfect high-shine, high-fashion lip color for every skin tone.
Which lipstick color trend are you excited to try? DM us on Instagram with all your favorite lipsticks.
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