Get In On The Nineties Trend This Summer, Brown Toned Lip Liners and Overdrawn Lip Lines are Back in Fashion!
In Summer 2023, if you’re looking for something a little more dramatic than the minimalist, “no-makeup” cosmetic looks we’ve become used to, you’ve come to the perfect spot. Perhaps, as a beauty resolve, we might embrace color, gloss, and texture in ways we haven’t in the last several years, beginning with a strong lip.
Lipstick will play an important part in creating all of your favorite makeup looks this year, whether it’s the star of the show or just a supporting character to a beautiful cat eye or an outstanding contour. And, because to a continuing fixation with ’90s fashion, which is expected to be even stronger in 2022, lipstick will be the driving force behind many looks.
Brown-Toned Lip Liner and overdrawn lip lines from the 1990s are making a comeback, giving birth to a whole new variety of lipstick hues. This year, we’ll see a lot of purple tones in glosses and lipsticks to go with the Pantone color of the year, which is a purpley periwinkle. Look at these fantastic trending Lipsticks and get that Summer Pout on the go!
MAC COSMETICS $21
MAC has always been a go-to source for all things lips and is responsible for some of the most popular lipsticks of the past 30 years, so it stands to reason that the cosmetics company will continue to rule in 2023. The Powder Kiss Lipstick, a weightless matte lipstick that hydrates lips while delivering a gentle blur of color, creates the ideal hazy appearance, while Mull It Over’s filthy peach tones represent understated flair.
RITUEL DE FILLE $25
Rituel de Fille, founded by three sisters on a goal to create cosmetic products with all-natural ingredients, has been making waves in the beauty industry since its inception, and it’s easy to understand why when you sample their Forbidden Lipstick. The richly pigmented lipstick is naturally hydrating and provides long-lasting color, and the dark brownish-red Ravenous hue has precisely the kind of lethal bite we’re looking for this year.
BARE MINERALS CHARGES $20
“I believe in primping at leisure and wearing lipstick,” Audrey Hepburn famously declared, and “I believe in pink.” And, if you think, it doesn’t seem like a coincidence that she said those two things at the same time, since the only thing better than lipstick and the color pink is pink lipstick. To mimic Audrey Hepburn, opt for this bareMinerals lipstick in the most beautiful pink colour, Confidence. The clean, vegan formula is profoundly hydrating and pigmented, so you’ll feel confident every time you wear it.
AT EMILIE HEATHE, $38
When you want to draw attention to another aspect of your makeup look but a bare lip just won’t do, a pinkish nude might be the answer. And Emilie Heathe’s Mude shade is intended to do just that. This lipstick gives a lightweight glossy shine and loads of moisture in a blend of mauve and nude that matches and improves your natural lip color.
ULTA BEAUTY, $9.
Trying a bright, bold new hue might seem risky at times, but with this ultra-affordable Maybelline lipstick, you don’t have to pay a lot to get a lot. The extreme matte, high-pigment formula delivers deep color with a cushiony, lightweight feel, and the More Berry shade gives your lips a rich purple hue with a dash of adventure.
LAWLESS CHARGES $28
LAWLESS Beauty is recognized for creating products that are high in nourishing ingredients and pigmentation, and their Satin Luxe Cream Lipstick is no exception. The lipstick has a silky texture and rich color, and the Saddle tone is the ultimate rich, fudgey brown. It is free of all parabens, lead, sulfates, synthetic scent, and other possibly hazardous elements that you wouldn’t want to ingest.
CHARLOTTE TILBURY $34
When cosmetic artist Charlotte Tilbury stated, “Give a lady the appropriate lipstick, and she can conquer the world,” she must have been thinking about her best-selling book Pillow Talk. The classic lipstick has been a cult favorite since its debut, and its pale pink hue is one of those rare, miracle colours that looks amazing on just about everyone, so it’s one of the few things from 2021 and 2022 that we’re definitely taking with us to the new year.