The best bold spring lipsticks… for any age!

May 24, 2016 Published by
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Honey Good gives her picks for bold spring lipsticks

You may have noticed, darlings, that I embrace bold lipstick. Nearly every day. I love my lips. And, I’m here to say, you should love yours, too. “They” used to say that women of a certain age should not wear bold lipstick. This old adage ended when women of a certain age told “them” what to do with their advice. I’m smiling as I write this, darlings, and I hope you are, too. Pucker up to bold, visible lips for the spring! Here are some of my favorite hues in bold spring lipsticks.

MAC “The Matte” lipstick in All Fired Up, $17 online here.

Who doesn’t love a classic MAC lipstick? I’m loving this one called “All Fired Up,” a bright fuchsia hue. I think this is a lovely, mature, yet vibrant way to pull off hot pink.

Yves Saint Laurent Rouge Volupté in “Lingerie Pink,” $36 online here.

Want a lipstick that’s going to complement all of your flowy summer sundresses? Then you need this dusty pink called “Lingerie Pink.” It’s the perfect combination of feminine and fun.

Yves Saint Laurent Rouge Pur Couture 58 in “Luminous Pink,” $37 online here.

Are you adventurous enough to try a purple lipstick, darling? I am! Purple is the new trend and it actually flatters many skin tone, so try it out… after all, life is short! Pair it with light eye makeup so that you don’t look overdone.

Estée Lauder “Bronze Goddess Summer Glow” Lip and Cheek color in “Peach Glow,” $34, online here

Looking to make a statement without going too over the top? Try a pastel peach or coral. I adore this hue because it gives you three looks with just one product. One end is a high shine gloss while the other end is a vibrant color that you can wear on your lips or on your cheeks as a dewy blush.

Jouer sheer lipstick SPF 15 in “St Barths,” $24 online here.

A classic red lip is appropriate any time of the year. What makes this one perfect is that it has aloe vera and SPF 15 to keep lips smooth, pretty, and protected all summer long.

What do you say… do you like bold spring lipsticks? Do tell, darlings! I love to know your thoughts. You can comment below or connect with me on Facebook, Twitter and even Instagram. Let’s talk!

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  • Diane Rosen-Davis says:

    Hi Honey! Years ago I learned that you have to match the lipstick to the undertone of your skin. You will look younger and flawless you stick to this rule! That’s why some lipsticks look better on other people. Diane D.

  • Lynne Kilgore says:

    Well I think bold may be fine for some However, if as you have aged you have creases & puckers around the edges of your lips it does nothing but draw attention to that feature. Ageing skin is all different Honey & the bold colors seem to look good on you

    • Honey Good says:

      Hi Lynne,

      I understand what you are saying. You can buy a pencil that prevents lipstick from running or wear whatever gives you a ‘good’ feeling. Be true to yourself.

      Warmly and as always,

      Honey

  • Connie says:

    Dear Susan!
    Good Day First of all, I admire you so much and thanks for being in my life here and now thanks.

    I’d like to continue receiving your magazine thanks.
    Also, will be possible to inform me which is The cost of your red hand lace that you use in your left hand.
    If you need some body to handle an office here in México I made do it. I need Work, thanks in advance.
    Cordially yours
    Connie Del Valle Marche

    And,

    • Honey Good says:

      Hi Connie,

      It is red yarn. It is for good luck.My red string guards and protects me. I wear it on my left wrist because it is close to my heart. I never take it off. It eventually falls off and then my husband ties another one on my wrist. The one you see has been on over a year!

      Warmly and as always,
      Honey

  • Mitzi says:

    Thank you! I just bought a pink similar to YSL’s “Lingerie Pink". It’s named "Majick" by Kat Von D. It’s just a tad sparkly, but the salesgirl at Sephora convinced me to try it. So I did and guess what?? I love it!

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