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“Exposed” Light Pink Lipstick

“Exposed” Light Pink Lipstick


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Vessie Goldsmith™ “Exposed” Satin Lipstick Offers


Highly Pigmented Formula Finish 

Long Lasting 

Consistent And Comfortable Experience 

Compliments Your Favorite Lipgloss

True To The Hue!

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Product Description

When it comes to nude lips, having a dainty, feminine shade of pink in your makeup kaboodle is an essential staple of most women's beauty collections. Light pink lip color is a very close second to a bold, bright red in terms of popularity. But where a red lip color demands attention, light pink lipstick suggests youth, innocent flirtation, and fits in well with the sort of natural makeup look that women prefer to wear for family get-togethers or at the office.

The reason light pink lipstick belongs in every woman's makeup kit is due to its versatility. As stated above, light pink lipstick is great for natural makeup looks. Also, like many other nude shades of lipstick, subtly coloring your pout with light pink lipstick leaves you plenty of room to play with bold, dramatic eye makeup designs.

A dark, charcoal-and-silver smokey eye and light pink lipstick go as perfectly together as peanut butter and jelly. But if the smokey eye isn't your style, don't worry; you can create an equally dramatic and elegant look with several layers of dark mascara, black liquid liner, and a light, shimmering highlight applied just below your brow bone.

If drama isn't your thing, or if you prefer a soft, colorful look for daytime in the spring, you can mix light pink lipstick with pastel eyeshadows such as baby blue, lavender, or a shimmering lime. Lastly, light pink lipstick goes very well with peaches, light corals, and plum shadows for that low-maintenance makeup look that busy women don't need a lot of time to apply.

Be careful, though, because light pink lipstick can exaggerate any discoloration you may have going on with your teeth. Do your best to brighten your smile before making light pink lipstick a regular part of your beauty rotation.

Light Pink Lipstick Benefits

Vessie Goldsmith light pink lipstick colors are made with a highly pigmented color formula. This ensures that you receive an even distribution of rich, luxurious color every time you apply. The long-lasting finish makes it so that you won't have to reapply as often, guaranteeing that your lipstick will last longer. Also, don't be shy about mixing and matching - Vessie Goldsmith lip colors are designed to complement our exclusive line of Vessie Goldsmith lip glosses. So you can add an extra layer of luscious shine with a matching lip gloss, or create a unique color of your own design by applying a lip gloss of a different color.

Light Pink Lipstick Directions

For light pink lipstick with a matte finish, make sure you exfoliate before you apply the lip color. Exfoliate however you wish - you can use a lip scrub, a lip balm and a soft toothbrush, or a special lip exfoliating cream. Then apply a liberal amount of lip color to your pout. A lip brush works best because it lets you apply the lip color exactly where you want it with a minimal amount of feathering or smudging. For light pink lipstick with a satin finish, there is no need to exfoliate before applying the color.

If you're worried about such a light hue making your lips look flat or washed out, you can create the illusion of fullness and depth with the right lip accessories. For a light pink lipstick with a matte finish, you can make your lips stand out by lining them with a color which is no more than a shade or two darker than your lipstick. And for light pink lipstick with a satin finish, a slightly darker lip gloss can be mixed in around the outer edges of your lips for a chic ombre look. Just make sure you blend well to create an even transition between the two colors.

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