Belfast Telegraph

Friday 26 December 2014

Five Best: Red lipsticks

Rouge Dior Lipstick, Dior, £26. If you want a classic red lip then go for a classic brand such as Christian Dior. Rich in colour, moisturising and with a formula that smooths and reshapes the lips, this little beauty will make you look past the price tag.
Rouge Dior Lipstick, Dior, £26. If you want a classic red lip then go for a classic brand such as Christian Dior. Rich in colour, moisturising and with a formula that smooths and reshapes the lips, this little beauty will make you look past the price tag.
Lasting Finish by Kate Moss for Rimmel London, £5.49.If you're going to wear red lipstick then wear it like a supermodel. Kate Moss' range of lipsticks from Rimmel London have been flying off the shelves. This stunning number has been infused with black diamonds and lasts with strong colour for up to eight hours.
Creamy Matte Lip Colour by Bobbi Brown in Heart, £19. The ultimate in lip colour by the ultimate make-up artist. Bobbi Brown uses techniques she first used during Fashion Week. This lipstick manages to give the colour of a matte lip without being drying and is also long-lasting for up to eight hours.
Pure Colour Envy Sculpting Lipstick by Estee Lauder, £24. Creamy, smooth and comfortable, this is designed to define every curve of the lip. According to the company this will stay in place for up to six hours while maintaining multi-faceted colour. With packaging based on modern architecture, this is a stylish addition to any make-up bag.
Mineralize Rich Lipstick, Mac Cosmetics, £20. Lightweight and non-sticky, this new lipstick from Mac contains a 77 mineral moist complex to provide bright, buildable colour. This formula instantly nourishes lips and provides a medium shine finish. An excellent daytime lipstick.

Beauty writer Kerry McKittrick's five best red lipsticks

 

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