7 Bold Lip Colors That Aren't for the Faint of Heart ...

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Do you ever see bold lip colors in beauty editorials and wonder if you should give them a try?

I’m all for experimenting with makeup and I think all of us should try some daring lip color at one point in our lives!2

Whether you love to rock a boldly painted lip on the regular or you’re just toying with the idea of wearing an unusual hue of lipstick, this guide of 7 bold lip colors can help give you some ideas on which shade to try!

1. Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Matte Lip Tar in RX

Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Matte Lip Tar in RX

When I think of bold lip colors, OCC lip tars immediately come to mind for me.

I mean, they’ve got just about every color of the rainbow in one of the lip tar formulas.

RX is described as a true cyan blue and looks quite intimidating, but with the right makeup, is very striking and just screams for your lips to be noticed.

This lip color pairs well with minimal or bold, colorful eye makeup.3

Remember, makeup is all about having fun!

2. Illamasqua Lipstick in Kontrol

Illamasqua Lipstick in Kontrol

This is another gorgeous lip color that isn’t for the non-experimental makeup maven.2

Kontrol is a matte deep lavender that is very pretty and undeniably purple!

You don’t have to wear other purple makeup shades in order for this color to work.

It looks quite flattering with very simple eye makeup and strong brows.

If you want an alternative to dark berry colors, give Kontrol a shot.

3. M.a.C. Lipstick in Morange

M.a.C. Lipstick in Morange

M.A.C.

lipsticks have a huge range of shades that suits just about everyone.

M.A.C.

calls Morange a loudmouth orange that is intense and daring, but not such an unusual color that you’d have a hard time wearing it.3

If you’re new to bold lip colors, Morange might be a good starter shade to get you going.

This lip shade flatters all kinds of skin tones and is much brighter than it appears in the tube.

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