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4 Ways To Wear Liquid Lipstick

One for every beauty look that you're going for.
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Even when your brows are on fleek and your eye game is strong, a beauty look is never complete without a swipe of a cool lippie. Ever since Kylie Jenner started her lip kit biz, liquid matte lip colors have been all the rage. And right now, we're crushing on Happy Skin's first ever liquid matte lippies from their new Glam Squad collection.



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With four versatile lip colors to choose from, we're sharing with you how you can rock this new lip goodie for every possible beauty look that you're going for.

If want modern…

Opt for a taupe lip color! Brown hues may spell retro, but taupe spells current and modern. The matte finish adds a touch of glam to the lip color, too!

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Try: The Happy Skin Glam Squad Liquid Matte Lipstick by Juan Sarte P699

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If you're going for fresh…

Choose a nude lippie with pops of peach tones! Just like a red lipstick, a nude bullet is a classic. But when the nude hue is mixed with pops of peach, the shade instantly looks fresh, and perfect for a natural beauty look.


Try: The Happy Skin Glam Squad Liquid Matte Lipstick by Denise Go-Ochoa P699

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If you want a blushing look…

Pick one in a deep blush hue to strike the perfect balance between bold and feminine.


Try: The Happy Skin Glam Squad Liquid Matte Lipstick by Mickey See

If you're feeling bold…

Go for a strong brown lip! We've said it before and we'll say it again, brown lips may be a '90s thing, but it still looks just as trendy in the '00s. Choose a brown lippie with hints of rosy hues for a striking lip color.

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Try: The Happy Skin Glam Squad Liquid Matte Lipstick by Jigs Mayuga P699

What's your favorite lipstick type? Let's talk lippies!

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Janelle Yau
Fashion and Beauty Assistant
The Rebecca Bloomwood of Manila. I spend half of my time obsessing about the latest fashion craze, and the other half overthinking and over-analyzing just about anything under the sun. When I’m not busy as a bee playing with fifty shades of pink lippies, you can probably catch me swiping my plastic for yet another pair of shiny, pointed gold flats.
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