And the Tint Could Surprise You …
By Lucy Abbersteen
by the editors of Marie Claire
There is a time of year when you can count on a sales surge of lipstick that is Christmas. There is something about the holiday season that gives a nude lipstick advocates the urge to break with their usual color palette and wear a more eye-catching red.
But not this year.
Although brands offer new colors for the end-of-year parties, No7's Match Made service makes lipstick more attractive to everyone – nude lipstick is at the center of the festivities of Christmas.
So, why do we all give up the red carpet in favor of dark pink or beige?
It is not surprising that, following the announcement of the Royal Commitment and this photo call, "Meghan Markle effect" has a significant impact on the image. beauty industry and fashion brands.
Rather than buying a classic crimson or scarlet lipstick for the festivities, sales of nude lipstick are up 65% in the blink of an eye to the future Mrs. Harry.
Although Meghan has worn red lipstick at starred events before, as a newly engaged royal, she now tends to opt for understated, understated tones when it comes to the color of her choice.
The new beauty brand MEMImakeup.com reports that sales of shades rose after the announcement of the commitment of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle – which is not surprising given that the majority of us would like to be his RN.
According to Hello!, Meghan's naked lipstick is actually Charlotte Tilbury's Matte Revolution in Very Victoria (inspired by VB herself, of course).
When it comes to Meghan's influence on the beauty industry, we predict that it's only the beginning.
Better to act together if you need to restock on Very Victoria …