According to makeup artiste, Susie Sobol, cherry reds contrast with pink undertones in fair skin to make lips pop. Enhance by adding a little pink blush, crisp black liner, and black mascara.
If you are looking for something more grown-up, rich cranberry warms up fair skin tones and makes you look sophisticated and not vampire-ish
The effect of wine red lipstick against porcelain skin is striking. Make up artist Sobol suggests those with lighter skin stay away from brown and brick reds.
This fiery orangey shade is great against warm or medium complexions.
The blackberry - red lipstick is sophisticated on medium complexions, especially when blended with a creamy berry blush over the apples of your cheeks.
This orange punch shade really stands out against darker skin tones. To make it last, first fill in lips with a lip-liner in the same shade as the lipstick.
This deep, deep red is elegant and flattering against dark skin. Stronger shades look best with little makeup elsewhere.
This bright raspberry lipstick complements dark complexions. Top it with clear lip gloss for a juicy finish.