This is a lipstick you can really feel good about. One-third of all sales from MAKE, the New York-based beauty newbie, go to the nonprofit organization We See Beauty Foundation to support women-led, worker-owned cooperatives. Plus, the hydrating formula, chock full of antioxidant-rich vitamins, chamomile extract, and essential oils, means the lip color doubles as a lip treatment.
Think of this gorgeous crimson as lipstick 2.0. Vitamin C boosts collagen and protects against UV damage, shea butter keeps lips hydrated, and signature color molecules prevent fading. Come to think of it, this next-gen product may be lipstick 3.0.
As far as we're concerned, Jessica Alba's bright tangerine lips—paired with her peach Oscar de la Renta gown—stole the show at the 2013 Golden Globes. Get the look with this matte shade suitable for both fair and bronzed skin tones—the exact color worn by the star.
Courtney Love-inspired hot pink lips made a bold statement at the Dries Van Noten spring show. Makeup artist Peter Philips created the '90s throwback, haute street look by pairing a fuchsia liner with this color-saturated lipstick, which goes on like a balm and delivers a shine-free raspberry finish.
This just-released triple-threat essential delivers the full color of a lipstick, the moisturizing properties of a balm, and the subtle shine of a gloss. Phyto-derived emollients hydrate, sunflower-derived polyglycerides keep lips soft and supple, and peppermint oil soothes irritation and gives this pretty pink lipstick a tingly feel.
This new-for-spring formula is infused with antioxidant-rich rosemary and pomegranate extracts, candelila resin, and hyaluronic acid. The result? The lipstick reduces fine lines, hydrates and softens lips, and locks in pigmentation for a bright pink color that will last all day.
This semi-matte, bubblegum-hued lipstick is just bold enough (without being brazen) to become our new beauty go-to. The moisturizing formula, which contains Brazilian Cupuaçu Butter, goes on creamy without being shiny. The cool pink color is an instant brightener—no lipstick brush required!
This deep eggplant lipstick isn't for fashion wallflowers—we guarantee you'll get noticed in this statement-making shade. For a runway-worthy pout like Amanda Seyfried sported during Paris Fashion Week, apply color using a lip brush.