When you're cold and sad and snowed in, just remember: PINK IS COMING.
Bright, orangey red, seen at Victoria Beckham, is a cult classic that screams spring beauty.
Semi Matte Lipstick in Heat Wave, $27; narscosmetics.com.
Donning models with light layers of pink lilac, Tanya Taylor clearly understands that subtle color has serious apparel.
Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Never Say Never, $26; narscosmetics.com.
Michael Costello's shocking pink lips hinted that heavily pigmented lipsticks are on their way in—plan accordingly.
Unicorn Lipstick in Great Pink Planet, $8 (was $18), limecrime.com.
Can't decide between red and pink? You don't have to. Red-y pinks and pink-ish reds are set to be big for spring, as seen at Oscar De Le Renta.
Lip Pencil in Follow Your Heart, $16.50; maccosmetics.com.
Seen at Jenny Packham: Because a classic red lip will never go out of style.
Paint Wash Liquid Lip Colour in Vermillion, $28; lauramercier.com.
The beauty look at Marchesa has us thinking that the phrase should be "pink hot."
Lipstick in Girl About Town, $17; maccosmetics.com.
The Carolina Herrera show proved that soft, baby pink lips are back, and we couldn't be more excited about it.
Baume in Love in Rose in Love, $26.50; lancome-usa.com.
If lipstick isn't really your thing you are in luck—nude lipsticks and bare lips were all over runways including Rodarte (pictured), Michael Kors, and Tommy Hilfiger.
Tom Ford Lip Color in Blush Nude, $52; shop.nordstrom.com.
Rosy pink lips, delicate cat eyes, and floral prints at Dolce and Gabbana have us dreaming of springtime picnics.
Dolce & Gabbana Makeup Classic Cream Lipstick Bellisima, $37.32; harrods.com.
Jeremy Scott had models rocking orange sorbet colored lipstick and silver cone bras, because why not?
Clinique Pop Lip Colour in Melon Pop, $18; sephora.com.