Liquid lipsticks are definitely having a moment, but with so many formulas and shades, finding the right one can be a little daunting!

Whether you like to keep things classic or enjoy experimenting with a bold look, we’ve picked our favourites for a trendy summer lip.

Here are six of the best liquid lipstick colours for summer:

1. Peachy coral

Coral lips will always be a summer hit! Plus, the bright shade is very flattering on fair skin. So, if red is usually your go-to colour, maybe swap it for a cooler coral shade during the warmer months.

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2. Vibrant berry

Dark purple hues have come into the spotlight, and are guaranteed to take your look from drab to fab in seconds. This shade is also a lot more versatile than you’d think – blue, green, red, grey, white or gold all pair well with berry colours.

3. Dusty pink

Pink lipstick is no longer an ‘old lady’ buy. Dusty pink has become the new nude shade you can wear every day. What makes it even more appealing is that the colour works on most skin tones.

If you want to get summer nails to match, take a look at these shades from ORLY

4. Electric orange

Vibrant orange is perfect for making a bold statement and pairs well with bright summer hues. This fun colour is better suited for olive, tanned or dark skin. Be sure to turn on the confidence when wearing this lip though!

5. Cherry red

A striking red is a beauty staple every woman needs, no matter the season, and summer is no exception. If you want a polished look for an event, a classic red lip is a guaranteed way to turn heads.

Read how to wear red lipstick here

6. Awesome aquas

For those daring enough, an aqua lip colour is the way to go. Whether it’s a bright blue or more of a sea green, it’s sure to get you noticed this summer. As matte blue or green is not as forgiving as a glossy nude, exfoliate your lips before applying the liquid lipstick.

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