Lipsticks are a gift from the makeup goddess, as they change our mood from crappy to super happy. Dry, bland, and plain-looking lips bore the life out of people. To have uber-cool lips, you know the game, which is getting yourself a top-notch lipstick.

We have curated lipsticks for all skin tones to make you look amazing regardless of how milky or chocolatey you are. From pretty pinks and radiant reds, to passionate purples for a statement-making look and kissable lips.

1. Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick, 745 Love is On

If you are a fan of those true berry red lips that Marilyn Monroe was so famous for, If you are wondering how to get Marilyn Monroe’s great red lip look, then you should try this cult classic red lipstick. It’s super vibrant, super lush, super creamy. This intense red lipstick will make your teeth look pearly white.

2. L’Oréal Paris Makeup Rouge Signature Matte Lip Stain Color, I Enjoy.

This Ultra lightweight lipstick comes with a high pigment load. It stains your lips evenly with a fresh matte finish, lasts several hours through romantic date night, not leaving stains on your boyfriend. It lasts a while when you kiss your other half.

3. Milani Color Statement Lipstick – Bahama Beige

This perfect peachy beige lipstick will be your go-to lipstick for brunch dates, suitable for all skin tones but especially on tanned and Carmel skin tones. It has shimmer in it and tends to pick up light and make your pout looks fuller and hydrated. Get your pout pose right for the GRAM!

4. Beauty Glazed 6 PCS Matte Liquid Lipstick set

As we know that current rage is all about liquid lipsticks, this set has fresh nudes, bold brown, sassy plumps, and perfect pink. The best colors to do ombre effects. It has natural beeswax that will lock moisture to your lips, so stock up on them before your next date night.

5. MAC Retro Matte Lipstick – Ruby Woo

Who doesn’t own a good old trusty red lipstick? I’m sure every girl does, but if you don’t, then this is a good one to invest in. This is the most popular mac lipstick I have ever come across. This classic red matte gives you a classic vibe. You will look all fired up with this power bullet matte lipstick.

6. L’Oréal Paris Makeup Rouge Signature Matte Lip Stain, I Explore

This formula feels like water going on lips, gives you pigmented wash of color that allows a little of your own natural lip tone to peek through. If u want it more opaque, then layer it with a second coat for the desired color intensity. It does not dry immediately, giving you time to work on lips, not leaving your lips feeling dry. Give this one a spot in your collection.

7. NYX Cosmetics Butter Lip Gloss Ginger Snap

If you can’t ever find a beautiful nude for yourself, then this is the shade to get your hands on. Since nude lipsticks are an ageless trend, you can use it for everyday look or glamorous night. This will never disappoint you. This peach nude will add warmth to your skin giving you a sun-kissed dewy look.

8. Burt’s Bees 100% Natural Moisturizing Lipstick, Sunset Cruise

If you fall under warm undertones, this shade will make your skin glow. It has a tropical orange hue to rock your lips on sunny days. This lipstick helps condition and soothe lips with moisturizing ingredients like Beeswax, Moringa Oil, Raspberry Seed Oil, and Vitamin E. Plus, we love the clean and non-toxic ingredient list.

9. Maybelline SuperStay Matte Ink Liquid Lipstick, Dreamer

This is a lipstick that stays and slays. It lasts through the day, no matter how many bites, sips, or kisses you throw its way! This doesn’t budge! You do love some long-lasting lipstick, right?!

10. NYX Cosmetics Butter Lip Gloss Creme Brulee

Pink is a universal favorite among most girls, and probably has the largest shade range for the same reason. Accent your natural lip color with this. Its Peachy color with the lightest orange gives you glam. It smells like cookies and is Indeed buttering. This one stays put all day.

Ladies, we hope this list helped you decide which lipstick to buy.

Now, get out there and wow your date!

Mia Clark

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