My renewed love affair with lipstick

As some of you may remember, during the month of June I participated in Kiss Goodbye to MS. This meant that I had to wear red lipstick every day of the month. This seemed like a fun way to raise money for a good cause but by the end of the month I was sick of wearing red lipstick! Apart from a red lip here or there, the last two months have been bright lipstick free… until now. With Winter ending and Spring in the air, I found myself wanting to pull out my lipsticks again. I reached for two of my favourites  from MAC, Rebel (on the left) and Girl about Town (on the right) in the last few days.

Rebel is one of my favourite fall/winter shades because it has depth and brightness at the same time. I’m wearing it in the picture below on top of NYX Bloom lipliner.

Girl about Town, on the other hand, is a perfect spring/summer shade because it’s bright and fun. It’s the type of shade I wear when I want to dress up an other wise plain outfit. I’ve got it on in the picture below on top of NYX Fuschia lipliner.

I’m looking forward to these next few months and the warmer weather and the chance to wear my bright lipsticks again. What shades will you be pulling out this coming season?

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4 Comments on “My renewed love affair with lipstick”

  1. Vanessa
    January 27, 2013 at 10:21 AM #

    Wow! Rebel is your color. 🙂

    • February 2, 2013 at 10:54 PM #

      I think Rebel can be anyone’s colour 🙂 Have you tried it yet?

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