Right now our beauty-obsessed minds are filled with visions of gorgeous garden-hued eyeshadows, pastel polishes and luscious lipsticks. We’re finally snapping out of our winter beauty ruts, and what better way to celebrate the dawning of a new season than with a brand new, head-turning lip color? We tracked down the exact lipstick shades on celebs like Jaime King, Ashley Madekwe and Sarah Hyland and chatted with their makeup artists to help you pinpoint the best spring lipstick for your skintone.
Click through the slideshow and find out which spring shade you should be rocking on your lips this season!
If you have a fair complexion with cool undertones like Peaches Geldof, try a peachy-coral lip color with a light-reflecting finish.
Who said fair-skinned redheads can’t wear red lipstick? Go bright, matte and bold—a poppy-hued color is especially flattering for your complexion.
Holland Roden wears Nars’ Lipstick ($26) in Heat Wave.
If you have a lighter skin tone with golden undertones like Jaime King, try this season’s hottest hue on your lips: orange.
For ladies with yellow undertones and light to medium complexions, try a subtle dusty pink lipstick like Maggie Q does at the LA premiere of Divergent.
If you have a medium to olive skin tone like Camilla Belle, flaunt a flirty petal-pink lipstick with cool undertones.
Accentuate your golden-medium skin tone with a peach-based nude lipstick like Sarah Hyland does at the BAFTA TV Awards.
If you have olive undertones and dark hair like Olivia Munn, try a blue-based fuschia lipstick—not for the faint of heart, but guaranteed to turn a head (or two).
Flaunt a pinkish-nude lip color if you have caramel or bronze skin. Match the shade with your blush and play up your brows for a perfect springtime beauty look.
For darker skin tones, why not welcome spring by rocking a berry-hued red lipstick with cool undertones?