Now that the temps are finally peaking, meaning summer—and wedding season!—is here, it's time to change your beauty routine. And this summer, it's all about bold lips. If you're like us, wedding season means an inbox full of invites to wedding after wedding—and what better way to break with wedding-guest-attire monotony than playing around with your beauty look? Now, brides, we didn't forget you! We know a neutral eye, warm cheeks, and a light pink lip will never go out of style, but it's time to take a chance with bold lips. Warmer weather brings a fresh palette of hues to pump up your pout, whether it's a bright pink or a fun peach. And, while these colors may seem intimidating at first glance, they can totally work with your wedding-day look (or a fun change-up for the reception). Pinky promise.
We've listed some of the coolest, brightest lippies that'll match your gorg prewedding tan. Whether you're part of the guest list or taking the walk down the aisle yourself, it's time to get inspired.
Adesuwa takes a coral lip to the next level with Lancome. The bright poppy color is the perfect finishing touch to a neutral (or bare) eye. If going bare-eyed is your thing, a set of lashes will give the look some added sizzle.
What’s summer without a go-to bright pink lip? Liza's lippie is just right for days spent in the sun. Add a bit on shimmer on your Cupid's bow to enhance your pout even more.
No matter the season, if there’s one color that’s always on trend, it’s red. Pro tip: After applying, carefully line the outer parts of your lips with concealer to nix any bleeding.
Agnes Matilda packs on the gloss over her bubblegum pink lips, and while this lippie treads lightly on the bold side, adding a bright, colorful eye will surely make you a standout.
If a bright coral isn’t your thing just yet, will a pale orange do? EM Cosmetics’s lippie quickly amplifies Dacey Cash’s simple beat.
Don’t forget a pop of purple! Izzy’s lippie is perfect because it demands attention, yet it doesn’t tread into neon territory.
Not to worry, shy gals! We’ve saved one for you, too. A dusted rose hue not only gives the illusion of a fuller pout, but it’s completely versatile. Dust a bit of shimmer over the front of lips for added oomph.