14 Quotes About Lipstick Southern Women Live By
Southern women are a force to be reckoned with, and it’s all because our mamas taught us to be strong, just as their mamas taught them to be. We know our own self-worth and know the power of self-confidence. And although Mama stressed that beauty is within, and even the prettiest face can’t fix a bad attitude, she did teach us to look our best. Putting ourselves together isn’t about impressing anyone else—it’s about showing that we take ourselves seriously and have self-respect. One thing that Mama would never dare leave the house without is her lipstick. From the brightest reds to the palest pinks, there’s no confidence quite like the kind that a swipe of lipstick can grant, and these lipstick quotes sum up how Southern women feel about their lipstick. From some of our favorite Southern women like Dolly Parton and Reese Witherspoon to makeup masterminds like Coco Chanel and Bobbi Brown, these are true words of beauty wisdom. By the way, the next time Mama tells you to “add a little color,” you’ll know where that lipstick quote actually came from. Behind the Bible and Mama’s recipe cards (and advice), these lipstick quotes might be your new favorite words.
We Wouldn’t Be Caught Dead (Literally) Without It
The Southern queen of bling herself said it best, of course.
Lipstick Is Essential
Even if it’s a nude, you should always swipe some on before leaving the house.
Turn Heads Everywhere You Go
Making an entrance is all about confidence—and the right shade of lipstick.
Any Occasion Is An Occasion For Lipstick
Yes Reese, you definitely can, honey.
A Little Color Makes A Big Difference
Who knew that Mama was accidentally quoting a first lady every time she told you to add a little color?
Lipstick Can Hold Us Together, Even If We’re Falling Apart
Southern women will always look put together, regardless what they’re going through.
Beauty Is On The Inside, But A Little Lipstick Never Hurt
True beauty is found within, but a swipe of red lipstick sure does wonders for some self-confidence.
There’s A Perfect Shade For Everyone
Just because Mama wears ruby red doesn’t mean it’s your perfect color, too.
With Lipstick Comes Power
Southern women are too strong to be sad for long.
Never Underestimate A Woman In Red Lipstick
A Southern woman isn’t scared of anything or anyone.
Certain Things Just Require Lipstick
Without lipstick, we don’t feel quite right.
Self-Confidence Requires Self-Acceptance
Your opinion is all that matters when it comes to loving the way you look.
Change Can Be Good
With men, lipstick colors, and recipes, sometimes a little change is necessary.
There’s Only True Beauty In Happiness
This one echoes another quote from Audrey Hepburn—“Happy girls are the prettiest girls.” We couldn’t agree more.