It’s officially, finally spring — and for me that means pink lippies!
To be honest, I wear some of these lipsticks year round (especially ColourPop Clueless)…but I am somewhat seasonal with my makeup. I do think it’s fun to change my look with the seasons, and here are my current top pink spring lippies this year.
I went with lots of different finishes and colors this time (here were my pink spring picks last year). Whatever your style, I hope this list gives you some ideas.
I like to wear liquid lipsticks to work because they’re able to last through my constant eating and drinking, and this color is SO pretty. It’s a medium baby pink and still very wearable. On weekends I like to top it with a gloss like Peonine for a really flirty look, and it’s only $6 at ColourPop Cosmetics.
Unfortunately, I don’t think this photo of Peonine really captures its pinkness, but it’s there (it’s just sheer), along with pink sparkles.
It’s very subtle, but layered over a pink lipstick, it’ll bring out the pink with its pretty, yet subtle shimmer. Here it is available at Neiman Marcus for $30.
Glo Minerals Cream Glaze Crayon in Heirloom is probably my overall favorite of this bunch. First, the Glo Minerals Cream Glaze Crayons are exactly what you might expect from their name.
They’re super smooth and creamy and feel great on my lips. They remind me a lot of the NARS Velvet Gloss lip pencils, and one thing I really love about them is that they come with a pencil sharpener in the lid, which is super convenient, especially since the pencils wear down fairly quickly.
Glo Minerals Suede Matte Crayon in Demure reminds me of a toned down version of Clueless. It’s a pretty cool-toned pink — very approrpiate for everyday wear — and it’s also available at Glo Professional for $16.
Glo Minerals Cream Glaze Crayon in Dahlia is a gorgeous berry pink. Glossy, but not over the top, it’s perfect for going out at night and on weekends.
It’s such a fun color, and the crayon makes it easy to apply without needing a liner. Also available at Glo Professional for $16.
MAC Plum Dandy is one of my few frost lipsticks, but I love it. I’m on a mission to bring these back in style, because I think they’re so cool and unexpected.
I actually bought Plum Dandy at the Toronto airport in January and have been waiting for spring to start to officially start wearing it. I love the pink, plum and gold shimmer. It’s an unusual shade…but still totally wearable for everyday wear. Available at Nordstrom for $17.
Watermelon pink Glo Minerals Cream Glaze Crayon in Bloom just screams spring/summer to me (it has red undertones). I expect it to be one of my weekend staples for a few months.
In case you’re wondering, I’m wearing Diorskin Nude Air Serum SPF 20 in shade 050 in these pictures. I LOVE this foundation and plan to do a full review and comparison against my other foundation favorites in the coming weeks.
These are the pink lippies that will be in my rotation this spring. What are yours? 🙂