#BeautyBar: 6 lip colours every woman should try by age 30

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6 lips to tryIf you’ve ever had on a stunning, matte red lip then you understand just how powerful a good lip is when it comes to completing an outfit!

There’s no better time to experiment with outfits, hair styles and makeup than in your 20s. Be it a muted matte or a girly gloss, a great lip can be a perfect way to bring some fun element to your makeup and seal your look with a perfect kiss.

If you’re looking to be a little adventurous in the lip department,  be sure to try out these 6 colours:

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There’s nothing like a perfect red lip to make a bold statement. Be sure to use some concealer to help perfect the line and clean up any mistakes.

 

6 lips to try - Berry 2 C

Perfect for the colder days, a plum colour would be a great way to add some edge to your look.

 

6 lips to try - My lips but better 1 C

Similar to the nude style, this is a great way to add just the slightest hint of colour to your lips and complete your look.

 

6 lips to try - Orange 1 C

Arguably the most complicated colour to find in the right shade (but well worth it once you do) orange is a great way to usher in the warmer seasons.

 

6 lips to try - Nude 1 C

Need we say more? This natural look is a great way to keep your look simple yet chic – perfect if you’ve got a lot going on with your outfit!

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Could we get any prettier than in pink? Depending on your skin shade and taste, don’t be afraid to move between bright matte shades and more subtle, glossy ones.

 

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Sharon Mundia

Sharon Mundia is the author of the award-winning, personal style blog, This Is Ess. As a fashion fanatic, beauty lover and home decor enthusiast, she will leave you wanting to revamp your closet, home and life in general.

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