Over the past few months I have found myself drawn to all things coral, and so I have managed to accumulate quite a few new new coral favourites. These beauties have been a perfect bright for summer and will definitely be making an appearance this winter too. A coral cheek or lip is supposed to be big this A/W, so I thought why not show you my coral loves.
Now you all know how much I love my lipstick, but I've got to admit it's not often I'll brave a bright lip during the day. These three beauties have helped me to step out of my box, and I've grown to absolutely love them! The Barry M one is a little drying for me, but if you put a lip balm on first it's good to go. It's quite a unique, bright colour and looks absolutely stunning when worn right. The YSL one is by far my favourite, and the Rouge Voluptes are probably my favourite lipsticks ever simply because the formulation is perfect for me! They're so moisturising and this shade is not too 'out there' so it can easily be worn during the day while still looking effortless. Mac Costa Chic is the brightest of the three, and is probably more of a pink with a touch of coral to it. The colour pigmentation is amazing, and even though it's a frost, it really doesn't have much shimmer. It's a stunning bright that I'll definitely be wearing this winter with just a flick of eyeliner & a cosy knit.
Barry M Lip Paint 147 YSL Rouge Volupte #30 Faubourg Peach Mac Costa Chic
Before my little love affair with make-up, I always stuck to pink blush simply because it's the stereotypical blush colour. Though I do love a pink blush, without a doubt coral suits me better and gives a far more natural glow to my face. When I realised what they could do to my complexion, these three quickly became my favourites! The Topshop cream blush actually comes out a very pinky coral colour when swatched, making it far more wearable than the daunting orange it appears in the pan! The formulation is gorgeous and it finishes as a powder so it's a good one for those who are a little scared to dive right in to the world of cream blush. Mac Melba has basically not left my side this entire month. It looks phenomenal with a tan, and though it isn't a typical blush shade that I'd pick out, it has quickly become a favourite because of the glow it gives and how natural it looks. Benefit Coralista has been a favourite of mine for a while, and is perhaps the reason I have become so obsessed with all things coral! In pan it looks like a pinky coral but when swatched it is a light shimmery pink with coral undertones, giving an amazing healthy glow.
Topshop Head over Heels Mac Melba Benefit Coralista
Nail varnishes are a little self-explanatory, but I thought I'd show you the three that I absolutely love. I know they look very similar, but Topshop Art School is by far the most orange of the three, whereas Essie Carousel Coral is more on the pink side. Estee Lauder's Tempting Melon seems to be the perfect balance, and though it's actually my mums that I'm 'borrowing', it'll be a favourite all winter when I feel like I need a little splash of colour.
Topshop Art School Estee Lauder Tempting Melon Essie Carousel Coral
What have you guys been obsessing about lately?