Renee Trilivas, Allure magazine
I consider orange lips to be one of the most elusive makeup looks. Every time I see my Urban Decay Super-Saturated High Gloss Lip Color in Punch Drunk at the bottom of my makeup bag, I have to fight the urge to smear it all over my lips. But then I realize I would probably feel (and look) like a drunken clown on a rampage-it's definitely not the easiest to pull off. But Jessica Alba recently walked the Golden Globes red carpet with bright tangerine lips. The mouth-watering shade inspired me to try the look again. Here, four tips to keep in mind when trying out the juicy trend.
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Consider your coloring. True orange shades look especially flattering on blondes and women with caramel-colored skin or darker, while red-orange (i.e. coral) looks good on most skin tones.
Go matte. With bold shades-especially eye-catching orange-feathering and fading are more noticeable, so skip glossy formulas that can slip offRead More »from Rock Orange Lipstick like Jessica Alba