I have a thing for orange lipstick. It’s shockingly beautiful on a wide range of skintones and much easier to wear than people tend to think. From pale sherbet and neon tangerine to sophisticated sunset and intense flame, there is most likely a shade of orange that is flattering on you. The look above features Chanel’s new Rouge Coco Stylo in 204 Article, a beautiful sheer orangey red that I layered over their Le Crayon Levres in 56 Orange Intense for an extra kick of color.
Note: The butterfly is a temporary tattoo by Hartland Brooklyn. All their temporary tattoos are made from vegetable ink which safe for sensitive skin. Quick tip… to remove temporary tattoos from your face, saturate a cotton pad in oil (cleansing oil, your favorite moisturizing oil or in a pinch, olive oil from the kitchen) and press it over the tattoo for a few minutes. Once it’s saturated, you can gently rub it right off without irritating your skin.
MODEL // Devan Nykole Mayfield
MAKEUP // Robin Black