25 New Shades To Build Your Lipstick Wardrobe

by Stephanie Montes

No outfit is complete without a pop of rich color on your lips. Building your makeup collection is no different than picking your outfits from day to day. Learn how to build your lipstick wardrobe and shop our favorite shades ideal for a day at work or a night on the town.

The Audacious Lipstick Collection

In celebration of NARS' 20th Anniversary, the iconic brand launched by makeup guru Francois Nars introduces the Audacious Lipstick collection featuring a full range of hues from neutral nudes to striking reds. There is truly a color for everyone in this 40-shade line for the beauty obsessed.

For The Office

Your first order of business: Look professional yet fabulous. Consider rosy browns and peachy nudes your new beauty staples. Neutral colors are perfect for those extra long meetings since they don't require a ton of touch-ups. Red undertones complement dark complexions while browns are perfect for olive skin.

For Weekends

Looking flawless while running errands is an art form. Rock a pair of boyfriend jeans with a pop of color on your lips to look chic without trying too hard. A pink shade will give you a natural looking flush under a sheer gloss. Go for peachy nudes on fairer skin and coral pinks for olive.

For Girls Night Out

Go all out with color for a night out with your girlfriends. Take this opportunity to rock a bright pink or a deep fuchsia. Don’t forget to exfoliate lips beforehand to prevent creasing and drying. Try a lilac hue light skin and an orangey-red on olive.

For Date Night

Consider rich shades of red the new LBD of lipsticks. The color of love looks great on all skin tones and is a sexy touch to any outfit. Try a fire-engine red on tanned skin and a deep crimson for lighter tones.

For Everyday

Finding a signature color is no easy feat: You want one that is unique and versatile just like your favorite pair of heels. Shades with red undertones update the classic rouge lip. Try a rosy nude on fair compexions and a deep fuchsia on dark tones.