Winter’s Top Moisture-Rich Lipsticks

29 Dec

Looking polished with demure and dramatic lip shades year-round is always on trend, but if you’re anything like me the winter poses a serious threat to pulling-off a sumptuous pout while also maintaining smooth lips. Refinery29 shows us the trick to achieving lush, colorful, and above all hydrated lips any time of the year lies in choosing a lipcolor combining extra moisturizing elements and a long-lasting formula. Here are some of the tried-and-true lipsticks sure to heal dry winter lips with an infusion of vitamins and natural oils.

Vincent Longo Baby Balm Lipstick SPF 12 in Fawn Nestle — Loaded with Vitamin C, E, and Apricot Nut Oil, this shiny formula is a triple threat, combining gloss, lipstick, and balm in one. $23 at Sephora

Maybelline Moisture Extreme Lipcolor in Roseberry — This lipstick works like a protective balm while offering rich color, combining SPF 15 and moisturizing elements. $5.95 at most drugstores

Chanel Rouge Coco Hydrating Creme Lip Colour in Ballet Russe — This is a super rich formula containing Chanel’s trademark Hydratendre Complex providing lasting moisture and color to thirsty lips. $30 at Chanel.

Shiseido Perfect Rouge Glowing Matte in Coral Glow, Sugar Babe, Wink, and Whisper — This moisturizing matte lipstick goes on smooth and sheer with the help of Shiseido’s Smoothing Matte Powder and Super Hydro-Wrap. $25 each at Sephora.

L’Oreal Paris Infallible Stars Never Fail Lipcolour Compact in Beyonce’s Red — Marine Collagen and Vitamin E prevent moisture loss in this two-in-one liquid lipstick compact that can last up to 16 hours. $11.99 at most drugstores.

Source: Refinery29

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