Today I’m going to give you some tips on how to wear this color for Spring/Summer.
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.
If your skin has an English rose feel to it, use the peach shade of orange. It will make you look good!
Mid-orange lipstick is perfect for olive skin – If you have really, really dark skin, consider yourself blessed. Dark skin and orange lipstick are a match made in heaven! You can rock any shade you want – from peachy orange to the really electric orange.
Go matte. With bold shades—especially eye-catching orange—feathering and fading are more noticeable, so skip glossy formulas that can slip off your lips.
Play with intensity. You don’t have to start with a neon orange right out of the gate. To ease into the look, dab a fiery orange only on your bottom lip and blend. But if you’re going for all-out vibrant orange, fill in your lips with a matching orange liner and apply color straight from the tube.
Make your skin glow. Since orange lipstick can draw attention to redness and blemishes, cover flaws with a light-to-medium-coverage foundation. Then add bronzer. A lot of it. Dust over our cheekbones, across our forehead, and down the bridge of our nose. The result is beachy, exotic, and supersexy.