Beauty alert: It's almost maybe a little bit getting close to being summertime, which means it's fair for you to start switching out your beauty routine. Here, lip inspiration straight from the spring runways—perfect for warm(er) weather days.More
To add even more dimension to your lip color, try swiping on a slightly darker color on your top lip than your bottom lip. So goes the unconventional wisdom at the Cushnie et Ochs show, where makeup artist Sammy Mourabit color-blocked with a cherry red M.A.C. lipstick on top and a bright pink on the bottom look. For a fuller pout, line with a red pencil first.
For a similar look, try Hourglass Girl Lip Stylo in 'Lover' and 'Innovator,' $32; sephora.com.
To tone down deep red lips with a glossy finish, the beauty gurus at Creatures of the Wind blotted a cherry red lip shade with a fuchsia blush over and over again to achieve an electric matte effect. They used Nars' Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in 'Dragon Girl,' but for a range of classic reds, check out Shiseido's Rouge Rouge lipsticks, too.
For a similar look, try Shiseido Rouge Rouge Lipstick in 'Poppy,' $28; sephora.com.