This summer the new red lipstick is orange, but in my opinion orange isn't a new version of anything, it's just orange and it is the lip color of the moment.
Mat or glossy; orange lipstick is a new make-up trend that will brighten up your face and your summer. All you need to know is how to rock and wear stunning bright orange lips without looking exaggerated or like a sad clown.
Everywhere on the runway I spotted orange, so much orange that it made me wanna wear it. But how do we actually wear this bright lip shade out of the fashion-catwalk–life?
After I tried 20 shades of orange lipstick on myself and almost got crazy as I could not find something that made me happy, I realized it's better to go for a shade that has more red in it and not so much yellow. Neon orange and orange with a yellow undertone is not so flattering if you have a non-fashion-model face, and to be honest I don't have such a face and probably a lot of you are in the same situation. In the picture above I am wearing Givenchy Rouge Interdit Satin Lipstick 14 Fruity Orange and in one of the pictures I used to fill in my lips with an orange lip-liner (from there comes the soft color difference). I love the texture of the lipstick but as you can see this orange peachy shade is not very flattery for my skin and hair tone, as it has to much yellow in it.
Estée Lauder is definitely one of my favorite beauty brands, so I was dying to test this product!
After the BB Cream and CC Cream invasion we all know the difference between these two products. CC Cream stands for Complexion or Color Correction Cream, a combination of skincare and makeup that helps to even out your skin tone, and is mainly for mature skin. Usually CC Creams have more skincare agents in them and are less pigmented than BB Creams. CC creams are also characterized by their ability to change color and adapt to your skin tone, so I was not surprised at all when I opened the tube and saw the color and texture of Estée Lauder Revitalizing Supreme Global Anti-Aging CC Cream.