5 Lipstick Shades Every Southern Woman Should Own
Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Fire & Ice
Between the “Are you made for Fire and Ice?” tagline to the glamourous ads featuring Texas born model, Dorian Leigh, coordinating her lips to her equally rosy fingertips, this vibrant red hit the scene in the 1950s. It’s no surprise that sixty years later women still can’t get enough of its universally flattering hue.
Buy It: $7.23; amazon.com
Clinique Almost Lipstick in Black Honey
Thanks to its sheer, glossy finish, the raisin shade highlights your natural lip tone. Plus, it’s an easy way to experiment with wearing a deeper berry.
Buy It: $17; sephora.com
L’Oréal Paris Colour Riche Lipcolour in Fairest Nude
Mary Kay True Dimensions Lipstick in Sassy Fuchsia
Elizabeth Arden Beautiful Color Moisturizing Lipstick in Power Red
I am woman, hear me roar is exactly the message this timeless red conveys. It was handed out to suffragettes and embodies the female empowerment movement, which is why it continues to make a pretty, yet powerful statement today.
Buy It: $25; elizabetharden.com