The Perfect Lipsticks for Autumn

Hey guys! Autumn is finally upon us, and I couldn't be happier. Today I thought I'd talk you through my top 2 fave lipsticks for this season, as I love nothing more than wearing a red lip and a cute autumn outfit around this time of year - (Autumn Lookbook?? 😏) Already talking about this is giving me the cosy feels. 
My first autumnal lipstick of choice is a MAC lipstick in the shade 'Russian Red'. This, to me, is my perfect red lipstick. It's not too bright, yet not too dark either. This shade also perfectly compliments  a gold eye, as it makes the shimmer in the gold pop and look that bit more vibrant. Another thing that makes me reach for this lipstick during the colder months in that it's super versatile, and would be gorgeous for either day or night. As you can see, this lipstick has a matte finish, but has a really creamy and smooth application, which makes it very comfortable to wear throughout the day.

The second lipstick is this dreamy berry red lipstick from Collection. And believe it or not, this lipstick is only £2.99!! It's in the shade 'Aubergine Kiss', and it like a deep red shade with purple undertones. To me this shade screams Autumn, which is why I had to include it. I would recommend trying out these lipsticks, the colour pay off is great and they are super budget friendly. They also have a wide range a different shades. 
Hope you guys enjoyed this post, stay tuned for more autumn/halloween posts coming soon! ;)
What's your ultimate lipstick for Autumn? Let me know in the comments. 
Love, Jess x 
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  1. I've heard a lot about russian red - it looks like such a gorgeous shade!
    Aleeha xXx

  2. I've yet to find a red lipstick for myself. I just actually found a lipstick I really like which is L'Oreal Infallible Matte Liquid Lippie in Cowboy.

  3. Russian Red looks beautiful, and I've never think to pair it with a gold eyeshadow look either!

    Julia //


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