Tell me you didn’t sing that in the tune of “Sexy Back” by good old JT.
In this post, I’m bringing berry back — in terms of makeup and nails. Once the temperatures start to decline, you’ll find me scurraging through my makeup and nail polish stash in search of all things berry colored. So, here are some of my favorite berry products.
No berry-loving post would be complete without mentioning this famous lipstick. MAC Rebel is a very beautiful creamy deep berry shade with a satin finish so it’s not drying on the lips, but not super glossy. If you don’t have this, I highly suggest purchasing this because it looks amazing on every skin tone– very fair to very deep.
Matte. Raspberry colored. Pigmented. Long lasting. What more could you ask for? If you’re not a fan of a purple/red toned berry color and want something that has more pink to it, this is for you. The swatch below is coming off more pink, but it’s more of a deep raspberry shade.
I’m not a huge fan of berry toned blushes, which is why this is my one and only. Sometimes I want to change things up and move away from only using peachy/neutral toned blushes, which is where Fever comes in. It’s a gorgeous matte deep berry red shade that is very pigmented so you only need a little. I think this shade would look best on medium to deep skin tones because it could be a bit too pigmented for fair skin tones.
Moving on to eyes, cranberry eyeshadows are beautiful for fall/winter. I don’t own MAC Cranberry eye shadow, which is shocking considering I’m a MAC junkie, but at the moment, this has been satisfying my cranberry eye shadow needs plus it has a pearlized finish so it’s nice and sparkly.
The name may scream summer, but the color embodies that fall berry color I’m always looking for. Although I’ve been more into neutrals and pale colors on my nails lately, I know this one will make quite a few appearances on my nails this fall and winter season.
A cheaper, yet beautiful, fall/winter berry shade is Aubergine by Sinful Colors. Although the name suggests it is an eggplant color, this is more of a raspberry shade that has a cream finish. For around $2, you can’t go wrong with this!
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