The Best Lipstick For Fall

Fall is here. I’m not really ready for winter to come after it, but I am ready for fall makeup shades. I have had enough of the pinks and corals of summer and want to move into the red, deep berry, and purple lips and the smoky gray and plum eye shadows of fall. I also can’t wait to get back into deep purple nail polish!

The best fall lipsticks are those that have deep rich hues. If you are not a fan of a lot of color, go for muted mauves and sheer berry. If you like color, but want to stay classic, cranberry red and deep berry tones are always good. Feeling brave? Try a bold purple!  Below are a few of the best fall lipstick items.

YSL Lipstick

Yves Saint Laurent ‘Rouge Volupté Pearl’ Lipstick iconin Insolent Beige (pictured) or Mesmerizing Purple will give your lips a deep fall hue. YSL Rouge Volupte can be worn sheer if applied lightly or can be dense and dark if applied with a heavier hand. It also is truly amazing in terms of feel and is one of my top recommended luxury lipsticks.

MAC Fabulous Feline Lip Glass

The Lap of Luxury Lip Glass from the M·A·C Fabulous Felines Palace Pedigreed Collection is a rich purple gloss that can be worn alone or over a light or deep lipstick shade for a unique and bold fall look.

Bobbi Brown raspberry gloss

Want to be a bit more conservative? Check out the pretty glosses from the Bobbi Brown Denim and Rose Fall Collection, including the subtle Raspberry shade (pictured).

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  1. I’ve never tried Bobbi Brown lip gloss, well I never really used her line at all but she has a bronze potion I heard so much about. I saw her on juicy something on Youtube and she applied this cream foundation on her face and I loved it.

  2. Great recs! Unfortunately I don’t really wear MAC or BB….their glosses are WAY too sticky on me! Do you have any less sticky gloss recs?

    Victoria Stanell

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