Current fave lipsticks: Autumn 17

Autumn/Winter for me is ALL about the berry red lips. I have so many different shades of berry it’s sometimes hard to choose which one I want to wear some days! However, I’ve whittled it down to four favourites for the upcoming months.

In order:

Colourpop Lippie Stix: Grunge- This is a more brown toned lipstick, a very deep nude. Although straying from the berry theme, this darker colour is perfect for Winter, and this formula is unlike no other. Colourpop Lippie Stix will always be one of my favourite types of lipstick, as they are super creamy and last forever.

Rimmel London Kate Moss lipstick: Shade 107- This is an old favourite, and in fact the only lipstick that I have ever managed to use all up and repurchase another of, it’s that good! It’s such a go to berry, perfect for beginners as it’s not to dark and bold, and has an amazing price point!

Colourpop Ultra Matte lip: Notion- this is the only liquid lipstick in this selection, as I find good darker liquid lips colours are hard to come across! Liquid lipsticks can feel drying, but as long as you prep your lips before hand I find that this one stays put and has amazing colour pay off! It is the boldest of these four colours, but looks so pretty once applied.

Charlotte Tilbury: Opium Noir- I got this last year as part of a limited edition Christmas gift set, but it’s still available! This is one of my favourite lipsticks ever. As soon as I saw the colour I knew that I would love it, and Charlotte Tilbury lipsticks are one of my favourites anyway, with their kinder chocolate smell and their creamy texture. This is more of a dark red toned berry, and provides you with a matte finish.

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