Guerlain KissKiss Lipstick for Fall 2014
Guerlain KissKiss is not just another lipstick—it’s a story of seduction. KissKiss, with its iconic symbol of love and eternal femininity, is an essential for every woman. It is an ode to color, the stunning result between great design and unparalleled cosmetic artistry. For 2014, Guerlain has revamped the KissKiss collection to include 25 dazzling new dazzling, effortless shades encased in irresistibly sexy black lacquer.
An ultra-smooth texture, KissKiss’ unique formula is enriched with hyaluronic acid spheres, which gives KissKiss an incredible lip-shaping and plumping effect. Commiphora Myrrha oil and mango butter ensure that lips are smooth and incredibly hydrated. KissKiss’ fine, even and rich creamy texture provides a satiny, vibrant finish with impeccable hold.
KissKiss Lipstick ($37.00) (New, Permanent)
- 360 Very Pink
- 320 Red Insolence
- 300 Golden Girl
- 340 Miss Kiss
- 361 Excessive Rose
- 321 Red Passion
- 303 Beige Booster
- 341 Peach Kiss
- 362 Cherry Pink
- 322 Red on Fire
- 304 Air Kiss
- 343 Sugar Kiss
- 363 Fabulous Rose
- 323 Spicy Girl
- 305 Forever Brown
- 344 Sexy Coral
- 364 Pinky Groove
- 324 Red Love
- 366 Fall in Rose
- 325 Rouge Kiss
- 368 Baby Rose
- 326 Love Kiss
- 369 Rosy Boop
- 327 Red Strass
- 328 Red Hot
Availability: August at Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman and the Guerlain boutiques and starting September at select locations of Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdales, Dillards, Sephora and Nordstrom.
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Reader Ammara requested a top five for berry-hued lip colors for summer, so here are my top picks! I’d love to hear yours — please share your recommendations in the comments.
- Guerlain Gladys — a brightened, fuchsia-berry
- Burberry Bright Poppy — a rich, reddish-berry with a matte finish
- YSL Forbidden Burgundy — a glossy berry
- Too Faced So Berry Sexy — a slightly brightened pink-berry with a soft shine
- Urban Decay Rapture — a warmer, muted plum
Makeup Geek Smoky Eye Look
I haven’t done a smoky eye in awhile, so I wanted to try it with some of the products I had tested recently as well as with some shades I’ve worked with in the past. Then, I wanted to experiment with pairing a warmer lip with a smoky eye, as my typical go-to is something cooler-toned, like a rosy beige or more bubblegum-like pink.
I first applied Makeup Geek Rockstar Eyeshadow on the inner third of the lid and blended upwards over the tear duct, towards the brow bone. Then, I patted on Makeup Geek Prom Night Eyeshadow to the center of the lid to brighten and create a gradient towards the outer lid. I used Makeup Geek Corrupt Eyeshadow to darken the outer corner and crease, which created a smoky effect. I softened the crease color’s edge by applying Burberry Trench Eyeshadow to the brow bone. I defined the lower water line with Marc Jacobs Beauty Blacquer Highliner Gel Crayon, and then I used bareMinerals Skinny Dip Eyeshadow smudged on the lower lashine.