VOGUE daily: Try It Now: Orange Lips for All by Catherine Piercy


FAIR COMPLEXIONS: APRICOT FIZZ  
“If you’re very pale, a matte punk orange is going to be hard to pull off. A beautiful apricot will be more flattering,” says Farolfi, who prefers softer versions of the shade for fair skin tones.

Left to right: Chanel Coco Rouge Shine in Sari d’Eau, Chantecaille Brilliant Gloss in Folly, Benefit Cha Cha Tint, Shiseido Shimmering Rouge in Sizzle, Laura Mercier Lip Glacé in Nectar.
 
Photo: John Manno 




FAIR TO MEDIUM COMPLEXIONS: CORAL POP  
“For women whose skin tone falls somewhere between warm and cool, that’s where a coral comes in,” says Dubroff of versatile pink-tinged versions of mango and papaya.

From left: Tom Ford Lip Color in True Coral, Smashbox Limitless Lip Stain & Color Seal Balm in Guava, Dolce & Gabbana lipstick in Cosmopolitan, Revlon Colorburst lipstick in Coral, Givenchy Gloss Interdit #11.
 
Photo: John Manno 




MEDIUM TO GOLDEN COMPLEXIONS: RIPE TOMATO  
“Naturally tan [skin tones] look great in a tomato-orange lip,” says Dubroff. “Something that almost crosses the line into red.”

From left: YSL Rouge Pur Couture #13, NARS Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Red Square, Giorgio Armani Rouge d’Armani lipstick in #401, M.A.C. Glamglass in Knockout.
 
Photo: John Manno 




DARK COMPLEXIONS: ORANGE ALERT  
“A true orange looks great on dark skin,” says Dubroff. “That’s when you can really go for a full, saturated pop of color.”

From left: M.A.C. Lipmix in Orange, Illamasqua lipstick in Flare, Clarins Rouge Prodigé in Clementine, Topshop lip gloss in Heatwave, Make Up For Ever Aqua Cream #10.
 
Photo: John Manno 

Article courtesy of Vogue

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