The Must Have Lipstick Shades For Winters

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As the weather becomes colder, our lipstick shades need to get a tad bit warmer to go with the occasions. These must have winter lipstick shades will have you sorted from having to pick out a shade!

Bold, darker shades are going to be in trend for the winters this year. So put aside all your bright pinks and reds, for slightly warmer shades have come to conquer!

Although, bright reds and pinks have the ability to make your entire face look brighter and one does not usually need a lot of makeup on the rest of the face when using these, the darker shades of lipstick would need you to have a tiny bit more makeup on.

Usually a full face of makeup goes best with the best shades of lipstick for winters. These berry, plummy shades are the perfect lipstick shades for winters. And be sure to go for a matte lipstick during the winters. Even though they are slightly drying, matte finishes are really in right now.

So, here, have a look at the lipstick shades to use in winters.


1. Oxblood:

This dark oxblood shade is perfect for winters. Pair it with winged eyeliner and you'll be set to rock any party you go to.


2. Berry:

This shade is perfect for people who love their pinks and yet want to follow the trend by going for darker shades. This is definitely one must have winter lipstick shade.


3. Maroon:

This is a really classic wine shade and goes with all sorts of clothes, be it Indian or Western.


4. Dark Brown:

This is one of the trendiest lip shades for the winter season. This shade used to be really popular in the 90s, and as we can see, almost all 90s trends are making an entry back into the fashion and beauty world.


5. Rusty Bright Orange:

A rusty orange is really good for the winters and perfect for people who wish to go for coral tones over berry or wine shaded lipsticks.


6. Dark Purple:

If you're feeling bold, go for this vampy dark purple shade. This is one of the best shades of lipsticks for winters.


7. Magenta:

This shade is the right balance between warm and bright. This would really brighten up those dull winter days and is a must have winter lipstick shade.

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Story first published: Tuesday, December 13, 2016, 23:00 [IST]
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