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The Hotter Lipstick Shades For Spring - Summer

Updated on March 15, 2018
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With the new season around the corner all the fashion and beauty trends are starting to revile on the streets, Pinterest and Instagram.

If you have a fashionable friend or follow bloggers they’re probably already wearing upside-down eyeliner, white shoes and small sunglasses. Let’s don’t forget the different shades of red lipstick and the glossy lips.

Red Lips
Okay! Red hot lips are not a new trend because they are classic. But the way we are going to complement our red lipstick this spring-summer is the trend. No cat eye or heavy eyeshadow, go minimalist and give all the focus to your lips.

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Lip Gloss

I don’t know about you but glossy lips are taking me back to my high school years. The 90’s juicy lips are back! Rock this trend with an under need vampire lip color like the models on Phillip Plein catwalk or go natural with a sheer finish color. I recommend you to just apply a lip gloss during the day with a colorful eyeshadow or go with a naked makeup. At night layer your lipstick with lip gloss.

Lip Balm

Who doesn’t like a fresh face during summer? I love to go natural and show off my tan skin.

Lip blams are perfect for summer because they hydrate your lips. Lancôme and Dior lip blams turn into a pretty and natural pink tone perfect for a pool side makeup look.

Fun Fuchsia

Dolce and Gabbana chose to change the traditional and sexy red for a passionate and fun metallic fuchsia. Wear this color lip with a double mascara eye look or with a light pink eye shadow.

Nude

Nude tones are elegant, minimalist and chic. I love wearing nude lipstick all day long. At night add a statement eye like Fendi’s spring-summer 2018 catwalk.

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Orange lips

Orange is probably one of the hardest shades to pull off this year but it’s my favorite trendy color for summer. Orange lips go well with tanned skin just add a little bit of gold highlighter, mascara and you will be ready to party.

No matter the season, fall, winter, spring or summer this 2018 makeup trends are all about statement eye makeup, minimalist lips and vice versa. Say bye, bye to the monochromatic red makeup trend and say hello to fun eyeshadow colors with more natural lips.

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