The Chicest, Most Flattering Red Lipsticks Out There!

Lucky's definitive guide to wearing the classic shade, including our ultimate list of fantastically doable reds, from super-intense to barely-there sheer.

Super-Pigmented Classics

Balanced perfectly between creamy and matte, these formulas are straight out of central casting.
You wear it with: stripy T-shirts, black-tie gowns, rocker black leather, tailored white shirts, peacoats, punk-rock minis.

You don't wear it with: a lot of other makeup. Red makes a statement (and pulls together practically any outfit) all by itself. Glowy skin and maybe some mascara is really all you need—and possibly a little eyeliner.

The key to pulling it off is confidence—that and trying many shades until you find your ultimate color/texture combination. Tip: When you're shopping, blot the color on lightly with your finger. Wait till you really think you're in love to layer it on thick.

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