This shade by Sephora is the perfect deep mauve. It’s no wonder it’s been one of the most popular colours in their collection. The formula is very hydrating, featuring avocado oil that leaves the product feeling silky and comfortable on the lips—which is great because dry or overly sticky lips and a warm sunny day do not mix well.
No liquid lipstick list is complete without mention ofKylie Jenner’s liquid lipsticks. Her line is infamously difficult to get a hold of, selling out in minutes each time it’s restocked. If you’re able to nab it, Candy K is a subtle pink that’s perfect for day-to-day spring wear—and it happens to be Kylie’s favourite shade of the collection.
Kat Von D's Everlasting Liquid Lipstick in Requiem
This futuristic lilac shade by Kat Von D is a little out of the box—but what better time to experiment than in the spring and summer? This festival-ready matte shade is a great way to step out of your comfort zone and looks great on medium to dark skintones.
Anastasia Beverley Hills' Liquid Lipstick in Crush
Muted pinks are often a risky purchase, as they tend to be too faint and lack the pigmentation to last throughout the day. That is not the case with Anastasia Beverly Hills' Liquid Lipstick in Crush. This breathtaking dusty shade is full-coverage, long-lasting and a favourite among beauty bloggers.
Be ready for spring with these popular, long-lasting lip colours
Liquid lipsticks have grown immensely in popularity over the last year, and with that has come more formula options, a larger colour variety, and, unfortunately, an influx of cosmetic companies jumping on the bandwagon but failing to provide a quality product. If you need a hand in sorting the duds from the gems, our roundup of the top liquid lipsticks for the season is sure to put you on the right track.
Click through to keep your lips looking spring-ready with these fabulous products.
Nerissa is an editorial practicum participant at BCLiving. She is a graduate of the University of British Columbia, where she studied Sociology and Economics. She is a contributing writer at Darpan Magazine and previously interned for Brooklyn-based Resource Magazine.