There is no bigger challenge in makeup than choosing a red lipstick shade.
Some skin tones are told to go for a blue undertone while others are told to go for a more orangey shade.
And then there are those who opt for a deeper hue and those who avoid a bit of rouge on the lips altogether.
Well makeup brand Trinny London has dropped a brand new red lipstick that suits all skin tones – and they even have the pictures to prove it.
The brand has added dynamic tone Rossy to their Lip2Cheek collection – a pot of pigmented colour that can be used as a lip shade or cheek tint.
The ‘rich workable red’ of Rossy can be applied in a thin layer with some lip balm for a gloss like feel or a thick coat for a bold lipstick look.
And the London-based brand, run by TV presenter Trinny Woodall, took to their Instagram page with a series of photos proving that it’s a shade that really does suit all.
‘Meet Rossy,’ wrote the brand, ‘our brand new addition to the LIP2CHEEK family.
‘Worn as a chic red stain on the lips and cheeks or an intense, statement lip, this little power pot is your chance to embrace an everyday red shade that boasts the versatility to wear it as faint or full as you like ✨
‘Just like a well-fitted pair of jeans, it can take so long to find ’the one,’ but this workable red is sure to become the shade in your stack you cannot live without’.
And fans have been loving the adaptable shade, praising the product in online reviews.
‘Adore this!’ wrote one fan. ‘From the moment I saw this Lip2Cheek it was love at first sight and I have pretty much worn it every day since I received it.
‘That is the beauty of this little pot of deliciousness; it can we worn every day whether as a faint wash or a full on vamp lip. It seems to go with everything and suit everyone with a warmth that lifts and look.
‘I love that I have a red blush now to compliment a red lip which can sometimes be a dilemma. It will certainly be on my repeat list’.
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‘Makes You Pop With Colour,’ added another. ‘Love this shade. Saw it on Trinny and was smitten with it.
‘What is nice is that you can just pop a small amount on your lips for a muted raspberry tone ... or get a lip brush out to make more of an impact! This will be particularly nice for spring and summer or when I get a slight tan abroad too’.
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Aleesha is Digital Beauty Editor at woman&home, where she gets to share her expertise into all the best techniques, sharpest tools and newest products—with a particular savvy in skincare and fragrance.
Previously, she was Deputy Editor and Beauty & Fashion Editor for My Imperfect Life, where she headed up the beauty, fashion and eCommerce pages. In the past, she has worked as Shopping Writer at woman&home, gained an AOP awards nomination after working on their news team, contributed to Women's Health, Stylist and Goodto and earned an MA in Magazine Journalism from City, University of London.
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