A Close Look At Lipsense’s Shades

Those who are looking for ways in order for them to glam up would usually grab the lipstick first. This is because the lips are usually what people see first, and getting them in a nice, radiant, red color would greatly help illuminate your face and make it look so much more attractive. Well, red isn’t the only color to lipstick, and despite what a lot of people think, lipstick is not a one-size-fits-all kind of thing. With that said, some of the things that lipcarespot.com talks about are the different shades of lipstick. Here’s a closer look at some of the other shades apart from red.


The “no makeup” look is something that people may want to wear every now and then. It’s because it’s relatively easier to wear, and it’s not as “noisy” as that of traditional makeup. It really takes minimal effort in order to put on, and it will not be difficult at all to get a nude shade for your skin, whether you are dark, fair, or olive-toned. Some nude shades available are bella, praline rose, and first love.


This is best for those who want to project a young and innocent kind of aura. It’s perfect for those who also want a little bit of sass and sex appeal. It also comes with just about all the types, such as matte, frost, and gloss. Some pinks are shocking, and some pinks are close to one’s natural lip color. Some shades include aussie rose and pink champagne.


One unique color which can be used on just about every skin color is the berries shade. Indeed, a lot of these shades under this category are bold and seductive, and thus can help to accentuate just about any face. Colors include mulled wine and sheer berry.



Julia Arostegi lives in California USA. She took Developmental Communication at the University of California and finished her studies in 2012. She is currently the managing director of California Magazine. She is also a blogger, content enthusiast and a photographer.