The “my lips but better” lipstick looks is one of my favorites all year around, but especially in the spring. I feel like everything is so fresh and glow-y this time of year, I like to sport a natural looking face with some extra highlighter and doe lashes, and don’t want to distract from the look with my lipstick. My criteria for a good spring lipstick is that it can’t be too drying, it needs to have a natural looking pink color, and it should add some shine. Over the years I’ve narrowed down my favorites and I’m excited to share them with you!
Chanel Le Rouge In Merry Rose - This lipstick and lipgloss combo is the prettiest pink beige lip color that brightens your whole face and lasts all day. I did a full review about it here.
Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk Lipliner - This lipliner is one of my all time favorite makeup products. I use it almost every day to define my lips, and I often fill in my whole mouth and add a balm on top to add some gloss. It looks so pretty and natural.
Glossier Generation G In Like - This lipstick goes on very sheer, so you can layer in as much color as you want. It pairs really well with a lipbalm too. Here is my full review.
Bobbi Brown Lipstick In Sandwash Pink - This is such a classic “my lips but better” shade (I even heard a rumor Kate Middleton wore it for her wedding). It lasts a long time too, and isn’t overly drying. I wear it when I want a little more color than the Glossier or CT lipliner.
Fresh Sugar Lip Balm In Petal - This is another all time favorite lip color. The formula is so, so hydrating and the pink color is really pretty. It has a bit more pigmentation than the other colors, so I wear it when I want a pretty pop of light pink.
Charlotte Tilbury Lipstick In Bitch Perfect - This is the most beige of the bunch. It’s a great neutral color when your outfit just doesn’t call for pink lips. I like to blot it on after applying the CT lipliner and get a more sheer finish.
What are your favorite lip colors for spring?