Welcome 2017 with smashing red puckers! Ladies, give nude lips a brief break and wow everyone in your circle with the one and only red lipstick you need to have and wear with absolute confidence, regardless whether you are a beauty junkie or noob!
I’m talking about Smashbox Always On Matte Liquid Lipstick Disorderly, a deep brick red which compliments any skin color in my opinion. It’s the shade and formula that will elicit queries from friends and strangers, and I’m not even kidding! I have raved about these liquid lipsticks time and again (more details and swatches here and here), because they are truly non-drying with stellar wear time and opacity. Except greasy food, the formula can withstand drinking and light snacking sans unsightly smear. Date-safe and kiss-proof.
If your lips tend to be on the dry side especially during winter, I recommend to exfoliate and moisturize your lips prior to application. I rub my lips with a damp terry cloth and then apply lip balm, do my makeup per usual, then apply liquid lipstick as finale. Not rocket-science but it works.
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9 thoughts on “The Red Lipstick You Need To Own and Wear Before The Year Ends”
I noticed this gorgeous photo of you on FB. Stunning shade and outfit. Because my lips aren't just slightly dry in the winter, they are parched I'll be sticking with my Smashbox solid lipstick – I can't remember the shade name but it's gorgeous.
WOW, that is one of the most beautiful red lipsticks that I have EVER on you, and it looks absolutely gorgeous on you, Kath!
I NEED Disorderly. Holy hell, it's amazing.
Beautiful. This shade (and many others) look so striking on you.
WOW – this looks amazing on you! Yep, definitely need.
I wish I could give nude lips a break, I don't rock red as well as you. This color is PERFECT for you!! Stunning!
That looks like a red I can actually use!
Ohh I have this but haven't worn it! It looks amazing on you!
Love, Love,Love RED! theres nothing better!
It looks good on you and , Red always makes any skin color look smoother and adient as far as I'm concerned.