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Splurge or Steal With the Best Lip Glosses for Fall
Hi! I’m Mary Klimek. I’m a celebrity makeup artist out here in Los Angeles. And I’m going to show you your three must have lip gloss colors for fall, whether it’s a splurge or steal.
One of the great colors is a nice chocolaty brown. This lip-gloss is from Benefit. For those of you who don’t want to go just like a bold red or a deep berry color, this is your perfect option. It’s not a complete steal but it’s not a major splurge. It will give you a vampy look without having the commitment of a total black. It can work by itself or with a lip liner. It’s still sheer but has a little bit of depths to it.
Okay, for a splurge, that’s definitely worth it. I would recommend the Lancome glosses. They have amazing assortment of colors, very heavily pigmented. No lipstick, no liner, nothing needed straight out of the tube and define. It is your perfect burgundy wine crimson in deep, shiny color. It was great.
Now for one of my favorite lip glosses and they complete steal. It’s from Victoria’s Secret and the color is cupquake, not cupcake, but cupquake. It’s a beautiful hot pink, completely sheer very, very shiny. It’s a really bump this up and make this a really good fall color. You can apply this over top of a nice chocolate pencil, a berry pencil, or any lip color that you choose.
And for those of you who would like to eat this, it tastes very good. These are my three favorite lip gloss fall picks. Whether you’re going for a splurge or a steal, this is the way to go. Stay beautiful and we’ll see you next time on BellaTV.