Best Pink Lipsticks For Warm Brown Skin Tones
Hello gorgeous people!
How is everyone doing? Recently I did a very one-of-a-kind post on light pink lipsticks for cool skin tones, and it was accepted quite well within you guys! But Anamika wanted to try those pinks, but due to our yellow, warm undertones, we had to restrict ourselves to just Mac Mehr lipstick, which seemed to be quite unfair!
So this post is for all the beauty goddesses like Anamika—warm, dark and gorgeous—who are dying to try some more of the pink lipsticks made especially to suit their stunning Brown skin!
Read below, I am sure you will fall in love with these stunning babies!
If there is one shade which was made keeping in mind your utterly gorgeous, deep, warm, and brown skin tones, it is the Mac lipstick in Party parrot! It is a super stunning shade from MAC’s “The Strength” collection. It is a vivid reddish pink. Though belonging to MAC matte range, it is not as much drying as other MAC mattes. It is insanely pigmented. It gives a strong, vibrant, opaque color in just one swipe.
Especially flattering on deep, warm skin tones, this shade is a berry color with pinkish tones to it. It is not exactly a wine color, and it may even look even reddish pink on some lips and it does give a pop of color to the entire look. People looking for a medium dark pink can consider picking this up.
The shade 26- Hot Pink is a very fun, bright fuchsia pink. It is so bright and bubbly that it instantly adds so much oomph to the whole look. A must have pink lipstick for those who are just starting out with lipsticks, or experimentations or are just on a low budget to put it straight! ☺
This one here, is a gorgeous hot pink shade. The texture is almost a powdery matte which is noty at all drying on the lips. Shocking Pink is a rich hot pink colour with evident blue undertones to it, making it a bold, rich choice for all the rich, deep, warm skin tones aspiring for a bright berry kind of a pink!
All skin tones need an everyday shade, and this one from lakme is the one for you beauties! The color is a Lovely Warm, muted pink with very evident brown undertones. The lipstick has some golden shimmer which is hardly noticeable. A great every-day nude kind of color for your skin type, this one is a must try!
t is a pretty blue based, deep sort of a pink. If you love to carry bold and bright shades then you must check this shade out. It totally brightens up your warm skin without having to do much. The shade leans towards a blue based pink, so it is not really bold that you can’t carry it, it would suit all skin tones, but is especially flattering on rich, brown skin types!
Revlon Color Burst Matte Balm in Showy is a bubblegum, bright purple-pink kind of a color that has a lot of blue undertones to it. The finish it gives on the lips is a satin-matte and it applies super-smooth, feeling velvety on the lips. The color is really intense and is the most apt shade for warm, brown skins who love to rock blue toned pinks!
A match made in heaven for all the warm-brown skin pink lipstick addicts, this gorgeous matte lipstick is a bright red shade with hints of coral and pink shades in it. The shade is loud but not vampy so those who love wearing bold pink-red lipsticks can easily opt for this shade. It brightens up the face even without any makeup.
Red balloon is a beautiful brightened fuchsia shade with subtle red shade in the undertones where pink hints are more evident than red shades. Though the shade looks perfect during anytime of the day and would come out beautifully on all skin tones; paired with a rich warm-brown skin tone, it looks especially astounding and aesthetically pleasing!
One of the tried and tested, my personal favorite affordable pink lipstick is the Maybelline Color Show lipstick in Fuchsia Flare! The lipstick is both deep and bright, and can enliven your face while freshening up even the most tired of the skins! Non-drying, moisturizing, long lasting and a stunning deep fuchsia to suit all your warm skin demands!
Have you tried any of these lipsticks for warm brown skin tones?
You might also like to read:-