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The Lipstick League – Week of 4.18.2011

Jean Parker Easter

The Lipstick League – week of 4.18.11 – Happy Easter!

Question: What’s your signature lip color?

EauMG’s Answer: My signature lip color changes yearly and seasonally. I have went from MAC Lipstick in Snob, a milky pale pink, when I had long hair and wore it in a beehive. I then went to MAC Viva Glam Lipstick in Viva Glam III, a matte plum red, when I had dyed red hair. I then went to MAC Lipstick in Morange, a true bright orange, for many, many years when I had dark brown hair, wearing MAC Lipstick in Cyber, a purple, in the winters. Now that orange is the “fad”, I need to move on. I haven’t found my signature lip color…yet. I have been wearing Revlon Matte Lipstick in Really Red frequently but I want a pinky coral for summer and it looks like it will be MAC Lipstick in Vegas Volt. Or a hot pink like Milani Lipstick in Rose Hip. Have a bored you with my “signature” lipstick choices yet?

Lipglossiping – contemplates the best way to store her ever-growing collection of nail polish, thank flatpack for IKEA!

Orange to LA – has a Liquid Eyeliner Showdown between her 3 favorite liners, who won? See the results, was it high-end, drugstore, or Japanese?

Pink Sith – Gets nostalgic about lip color and her old flute teacher while telling you all about Giorgio Arman Rouge d’Armani Lipstick # 516.

Phyrra – tells you about an awesome new hair product, Redken’s Radiant Sea Spray.

we heart this – Ready to be blinded with hair science? Living Proof No Frizz shampoo and conditioner makes hair look scientifically better!

Beauty Junkies Unite – gives you a sneak peek at the new OPI Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides Collection that launches in May!

Clumps of Mascara – shows the beauty behind one of the greatest places on Earth, Disney World!

EauMG – reviews natural fragrances for Earth Week. Check out this “flapper” jasmine by LUSH.

Nouveau Cheap – shows you five more shades of the amazing new Milani Baked Blushes and each one is prettier than the next.

Photo is of Jean Parker, circa 1930’s