Throwing a beauty post into the mix this week as I’ve got a few lifestyle and advice posts coming up. Don’t get me wrong, I love my high-end lipsticks, but there are a lot of great high street brands out there. I’m one of those that if you empty my handbag, I’ll probably have about five different types in there. If I had to narrow it down, these would be my top three high street lipsticks.
Topshop Lipstick in Beguiled
I remember how popular the Topshop Lipstick in Beguiled was a few years ago and it’s still one of my favourite’s. I love wine stained lip colours and with Autumn around the corner, it feels right to put it back in my make-up bag this season. Dark lips are always great and can really change the way an outfit looks. This also goes incredibly well with all the oxblood clothes that I own that will reappear this season!
Revlon Lip Butter in Raspberry Pie
Another cult beauty product from a few years ago; the Revlon Lip Butter in Raspberry Pie. A bold lip that is incredibly bright with a deep, glossy pink. I love how moisturising these lipsticks are and how they feel like a balm. They pack a lot of colour and I never thought I’d like it as much as I do because I really didn’t like the first one I purchased. It’s a great multi-season colour that works at any time of the year.
Rimmel Kate Moss Lipstick in Rossetto
This is something that I bought whilst in Florida and I love the colour! It has a fairly neutral pink hue with blue undertones and is great for giving you lips just a hint of colour. As you know, I love my matte shades and think they last so much longer and suit me so much better. With this, I’ll either use it on its own or I will use the Rimmel Exaggerate Lip Liner in East End Snob which matches perfectly. An all-around, more natural favourite from my make-up bag.
I love so many lipsticks in my collection but there are always the top three that I reach for. A mixture of vibrancy and neutral colours that are reliable and don’t require much work when it comes to application and how well they last through the day.