What Color Do You Wear?

In the old days, a lady didn’t go anywhere without her lipstick.  Now it seems we might leave the house without it, but still need a little gloss.  Have times changed that much?  I don’t feel complete without my lipstick.  Since I used to work for MAC, I’m a little partial, but love so many colors from other brands.  
Maybe it’s the makeup artist in me, but I see a work of art in a woman’s lips.  The shape, color they choose, and how they speak all add to the mystique.  My favorite color right now is Honeylove, a matte buff tone by MAC of course.  What’s yours?  Tell me all about it!  And, don’t forget to link up with me tomorrow for Flirting With Temptation Thursday!
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  1. The only thing I like by MAC are the lipsticks. I swear by MAC’s lipstick called “Myth” and it’s a similar shade to the first photo you posted.

  2. I do not currently use lipstick but have been dying to try a tomato red or a really nude color. both total opposites but I have yet to pick the perfect colors yet!

  3. I usually play up my eye makeup so tend to stick to really safe lip glosses! Sometimes I get adventurous and use a hot pink for spring/summer or bright red for fall/winter. That’s about it though!

  4. I love lipstick, but feel I never can get the right color for my skin tones. It’s become a quest!

    I have a giveaway from an Etsy store on my blog ending today. I think you’d really love it! Hope you’ll visit sincerelysaracate.com to check it out!

    Sincerely,
    Sara Cate

  5. I love Airy Fairy by Loreal (I think? It’s a maroonish brown tube).

    I also love Pervette by Mac.

    I love lipstick, but I’m also kind of afraid to wear it! I always get comments like “your lips are a different color!” WTH?

    Great blog post idea :)

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