There are literally hundreds of different lipsticks available in various tones and finishes, so choosing the right one can be difficult.
How to Pick a Dark Lipstick
It's crucial to consider your lip colour as well as your skin tone when selecting a deep or dark lipstick. Keep these things in mind if you're trying deep shades for the first time:
A gloss is a forgiving way to wear a deep lip. Even women with lighter lips can wear these colours if they use lip gloss, and it's a nice evening look. Anything with a shimmer, like a gloss, will diffuse the intensity of a dark colour and make it more wearable.
How to Pick a Nude Lipstick
Nude doesn't always imply "skin colour" when it comes to lips. It's not so much about finding a lip colour that matches your natural lip colour as it is about highlighting them in a tone that looks natural to you.
Finding a nude lip shade that matches or is one shade darker than your inner lip is a good place to start when determining "your" nude lip shade. Tinted balms and glosses add a pop of colour to your lips while also enhancing their natural colour.
How to Pick a Vibrant Lipstick
It may be easier to choose bright colours (pink, orange, and red shades) than the perfect nude. However, with so many choices, it's easy to become overwhelmed at the cosmetics counter. Here are some pointers if you're new to finding a flattering bright:
The way a bright lip is finished makes a huge difference. A saturated satin or cream finish looks classic, and a matte lip looks very modern and adds strength. Sheer formulas are fresh and youthful, a saturated satin or cream finish looks classic, and a matte lip looks very modern and adds strength.
Choose a colour that suits your tastes: Warmer tones are softer, while cooler tones are often brighter. Remember that a sheerer lip colour will be more forgiving and versatile. Sheering out a bright lipstick with lip balm is one way to make it work for you.