The Pretty Power of Pink Make-up

It’s classically girly and the most fabulous color that never goes out of style. If you love pink, check out new and classic make-up trends that are glowing with pink power. And if you’re not already a fan, you may find yourself starting to blush upon viewing these fantastic pink finds.

Pink Pucker

Starting off light: for plump, natural pink lips that are fully moisturized, you need to learn about BY TERRY Baume de Rose which is a total cult classic. This iconic balm uses rose wax and pastel oil to heal and condition by boosting cell renewal. Shea butter nourishes while Vitamin E and UV filters protect from sun damage. It never feels sticky or heavy, and lips are hydrated with a fabulous texture and a rosy scent.

For something more dramatic, metallic is so hot this season. Laura Geller New York’s Iconic Baked Sculpting Lipstick Metallic in both Astor State Tulip and Liberty Rose Gold are a molten metallic explosion of rich pink pigments. This luxuriously creamy formula moisturizes all day for a silky-smooth finish that is lightweight. Loose pigments are baked in with oils and make a strong statement for lips. If you want your pink (and the collection’s other colors) to be bold and bright from day to night, make these shades yours.

Try the new smoky lip trend that is sensual yet subtle. Lipstick Queen’s Smokey Lip Kit features two lipsticks that work together for the perfect pink finish that you control. The pink shade, Sinner, is a satin matte lipstick packed with pigments that goes on first. Then, coat with Black Lace Rabbit, a sheer black layer with a delicate gold shimmer. This combination is universally flattering and sure to look sexy on anyone. The result is pretty and luxe neutral pink with a slight glimmer.

Pink Shadow

Pink can work on any complexion and skin tone, you only need to find shades in either the warm or cool color families that suit your skin and eye colour.Eye shadow palettes usually contain neutral selections as part of the set. For a general guideline on warm vs. cool shades, check out the basics from the school of design.

For those in need of several warm-toned pink shades to choose from and blend, try Wanderess Fever Eye and Face Palette. The set includes a blush, highlighter, bronzer, eye shadows, and a dual-ended brush, so your colors will complement one another. The formulas contain mango seed butter, vitamins, and rose extracts to revitalize and minimize redness. The eyeshadows are metallic and glide on with a velvet touch in five pinky shades.

For those who need to keep it cool, Maifanshi Mineral Eye Shadow Palette features lustrous pigments that diffuse light. The soft-focus appearance won’t fade or crease, and it smoothes lines. They’re also moisturizing with T3 oil, aloe leaf extract, and Ginkgo Biloba Leaf extract.

Blossomy Blush

The same rules apply for finding the right blush – pink works for every face but you’ll need to do some detective work to find the right warm, neutral, or cool shade. Blush also needn’t look natural if you’re going for drama and angles, and a blush that clashes can even make a statement if your eyes and lips don’t overpower.

For a more glowing appearance, try By Terry’s Nude-Expert Duo Stick: a 2-in1 highlighter and foundation combo that’s easy to use and conceals while adding highlights with many pink shades to choose from. Blur fine lines and even the skin tone while adding a glowing blush.