The Summer 2015 Lipstick Colour Chart

There's no better time than summer to experiment with a brand new lip colour - it just feels right when paired with simple fresh skin, mussed-up hair and your go-to dress and sandals combo. This summer anything goes, with everything from the prettiest of pinks to hot reds and even deep berry tones spotted on the spring/summer 2015 catwalks. But which shade works for you? Zoom in here.

Tom Ford
Tom Ford Lip Color in Vanilla Suede, applied straight from the bullet.

Derek Lam
The Seasonally Peach and Spring Sensation shades from the MAC Spring/Summer 2015 Trend Forecast Lip And Cheek Palette, applied with a brush.

MAC Pro Magenta, White and Yellow Lipmix creams, mixed together, followed by MAC Lipglass in Clear for a gloss finish.

The Spring Sensation shade from the MAC Spring/Summer 2015 Trend Forecast Lip And Cheek Palette, pressed into the lips with a brush.

Manish Arora
MAC Lipstick in Reel Sexy, softened with a bit of MAC Lip Conditioner.

Topshop Unique
Topshop Lip Ombre in Baffle, patted on, followed by Topshop Lipstick in Temptation, smudged in and diffused at the edges.

Andrew Gn
L'Oréal Paris Color Riche Collection Exclusive in Leila's Pure Red, with matching red gloss patted on top.

Burberry Prosum
Burberry Lip Cover in Ruby, blotted with a tissue for a matt finish.

Dolce & Gabbana
Dolce & Gabbana The Makeup Classic Cream Lipstick in either Ultra or Amethyst, with Dolce Matte Lipstick in Dolce Desire at the centre of the lips.

MAC Lip Pencil in Vino, applied in layers and blurred at the edges.

How about you? What's your favorite summer lip-color? Join our conversation below :D

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