BeautyReport: Orange Lip Color is IN – Try it NOW!



Lipstick can instantly transform your look without too much effort. Finding the best lipstick shades will definitely make you stand out and so gorgeous. I just love the spring/summer 2011 makeup trends because you can play and experiment with different make up hue that can actually matches your personality

Aside from Pink and Fuchsia, Orange is one of  hottest colors when it comes to lip makeup trends for spring/summer 2011 . You will definitely love this and you should wear this with extreme self-confidence by women and girls who feel beautiful and powerful. One think i like about this trend is they manifest of sophistication and elegance. I suggest you wear this on a flawless skin makeup.

Vogue Magazine Recently released its new “trend” when it comes to lipsticks/ lip color and that is the Orange Hue or shade where in,  it radiates a similarly addictive blend of couture elegance and unabashed optimism. “Orange is bright, it’s beautiful, it’s a little bit extreme. It’s a great alternative to your classic red lip,” says makeup artist Fulvia Farolfi. 

The best range of juicy shades comes in tangerine, coral, papaya, cantaloupe—and textures, you will be amazed because it’s  far more wearable than you might expect. “Orange is a punchy pop of color, but if you’re nervous about going for full pigment, you can always try a sheer stain or a mellowed-out gloss first,” says makeup artist Pati Dubroff, who pairs the vivid shade with a soft flush of peach on the cheek and a well-groomed brow.

I suggest, wear orange lipstick with a light eye makeup using just a soft eyeshadow and mascara for a matte, fresh look. If you want to create the illusion of plumper lips, apply some gloss in the center of the lower lip.

Here are some make up suggestions from Vouge Magazine:


“If you’re very pale, a matte punk orange is going to be hard to pull off. A beautiful apricot will be more flattering,” says Farolfi, who prefers softer versions of the shade for fair skin tones.

Left to right: Chanel Coco Rouge Shine in Sari d’Eau, Chantecaille Brilliant Gloss in Folly, Benefit Cha Cha Tint, Shiseido Shimmering Rouge in Sizzle, Laura Mercier Lip Glacé in Nectar.

Photo: John Manno/ Vogue Magazine


“For women whose skin tone falls somewhere between warm and cool, that’s where a coral comes in,” says Dubroff of versatile pink-tinged versions of mango and papaya.

From left: Tom Ford Lip Color in True Coral, Smashbox Limitless Lip Stain & Color Seal Balm in Guava, Dolce & Gabbana lipstick in Cosmopolitan, Revlon Colorburst lipstick in Coral, Givenchy Gloss Interdit #11.

Photo: John Manno / Vogue Magazine


“Naturally tan [skin tones] look great in a tomato-orange lip,” says Dubroff. “Something that almost crosses the line into red.”

From left: YSL Rouge Pur Couture #13, NARS Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Red Square, Giorgio Armani Rouge d’Armani lipstick in #401, M.A.C. Glamglass in Knockout.

Photo: John Manno / Vogue Magazine


“A true orange looks great on dark skin,” says Dubroff. “That’s when you can really go for a full, saturated pop of color.”

From left: M.A.C. Lipmix in Orange, Illamasqua lipstick in Flare, Clarins Rouge Prodigé in Clementine, Topshop lip gloss in Heatwave, Make Up For Ever Aqua Cream #10.

Photo: John Manno / Vogue Magazine

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