Coral Lipstick – Your Color of the Year
The coral color is announced as the color of the year 2019 which means that you need to have a coral lipstick in your makeup collection.
Coral lipstick shades have a wide color spectrum which means that you have a large option area to choose the one that best suits your needs and makeup looks.
The coral lipstick shades are not always the same color or even in the same shade range. They can have rosy pinks to golds to light blacks in them too — the reason behind being that the natural corals are present in all these natural colors.
Wearing Coral Lipstick According to Your Skin Tone
Coral lipsticks are one of the most growing lipstick color trends around the globe but to find the one that works best with your skin tone is extremely important.
For A Medium Skin Tone
For medium skin tones, the best coral lipstick colors are the ones that are a blend of pinks and oranges. They naturally look brightening on the medium skin tone.
Warm undertones work best with oranges and give a pop to your natural skin tone.The bold colors will enhance the natural skin tone.
For A Dark Skin Tone
Darker skin tones mean that you can confidently make darker coral lipstick shades work. Wearing bright colored lipstick with a slightly sheer texture can create a fresh makeup look.
For A Lighter Skin Tone
For lighter skin tones it is best that you apply the softer shades of coral lipsticks. A single coat of the best lipstick and then blotting it down creates the perfect day time makeup look.
Some of the Best Cheap Lipstick You Can Use
HERBIAR MATTE LIQUID LIPSTICK
MAC CREAMSHEEN CROSSWIRES LIPSTICK
MAYBELLINE MOISTURE EXTREME BRONZE ORANGE
NARS BEAUTIFUL LIAR LIPSTICK
How To Flawlessly Wear The Coral Lipstick
- Scrub your lips to remove any dead skin cells that have piled and might flake after the application.
- Apply a single light layer of your foundation on your lips to cut the natural color of your lips. That will help enhance the color of your coral lipstick.
- Apply the matte lipstick starting from the center of your lips and moving towards the outer corners.
- Take a tissue and lightly dab onto the lips to remove any excess lipstick and create an even look.