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December 21, 2011

How to wear RED lipstick?

Pale skinned women should gravitate toward reds with cool, blue undertones












Medium to dark skinned women can get away with deeper reds that have brown or tawny bases. In other words, warmer reds













Darker skinned women can pull off pinkish reds, fuchsias and orange-based poppy reds













Tips:

1. Don't play up your eyes. "Pair red lipstick with the lightest possible eye makeup," says lipstick designer Poppy King. A little mascara and beige shadow will do.
2. Prevent "bleeding." Apply a little concealer around the border of your mouth.
3. Avoid deep reds if you have thin lips. They tend to make lips look smaller
4. Coordinate your look. Dot a little smudge of the lipstick on the apples of your cheeks, then blend it with your fingers.


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