Fall is the perfect opportunity to try out a bold lip and, thankfully, there are plenty of gorgeous new shades to choose from. Just look at Kelly Osbourne and Lourdes Leon--they're sporting two drastically different, but equally appealing hues. Read on for more pretty pouts we can't get enough of.
Just because summer is over doesn't mean you have to put away those super-bright lip hues. Neon colors look gorgeous and dramatic against pale winter skin. Opt for a hot pink lippie like Jayma Mays to bring out skin's natural rosiness.
A creamy nude lip like Lea Michele's can be just as dramatic as a bold lip. The monochromatic look subtly draws attention to your lips without looking garish. The trick to making nude work is to go glossy with the finish--matte nudes can make lips look dried-out and sickly.
Kirsten Dunst's stained pout reminds us a bit of the tint your lips take on after drinking a few glasses of red wine. The velvety finish and deep hue are sophisticated and chic, but in an understated way.
For flat-out sex appeal and look-at-me effect, you just can't beat a classic red lip. Michelle Monaghan's satiny red lipstick has blue undertones, which flatter her pale skin. Those with warmer undertones should opt for an orange-red shade.
Think pink can only look soft and sweet? Charlize Theron thinks otherwise: Her metallic rose pout is feminine and edgy. To create this cool effect, take your lipstick and create a thick, chunky line along the inside rim of your lips, leaving the very center of your pout bare.
Coral lipsticks aren't usually a popular hue in the fall, but they're actually a great option for the colder months: The warm undertones in peachy shades help brighten up washed-out, sallow skin. Take a cue from Anna Faris and choose a coral that has more neutral undertones--too much orange can look clownish when your skin isn't sporting a sunkissed summer tan.