Bored of wearing your lipstick in the same ol’ fashioned way? The ombre lip trend is still very in! Check out the top 3 ways to wear your ombre lip in 2016.

latest-lipstick-trend-fall-2016-makeup-ombre-lip-deep-wine-bold-dark-gigi-hadid-1Hey gorgeous! From the looks of the latest Fall collections, I predict this trend is not going away any time soon. Let’s take a look at the beauty images of the Winter 2016-17 runway collections of some of our favorite designers. Zoom into the lips and see how they did the ombre:

Ombre Lip Trend #1: Natural Reverse Ombre

The Dolce & Gabbana ombre lip is perhaps my favorite this year! It’s the kind of lips you get when you’ve just had a fruity ice cream. Or something! The ombre here is reverse. Traditionally, ombre lips are done with the darker shade on the outer edges and lighter shade on the inside, to make the lips look fuller. However, this one is going darker inside, and blends with the natural lip on the edges.

Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2016 RTW

Ombre Lip Trend #2: Red Reverse Ombre

The deep red is a very fall color. And here’s another reverse ombre -this one goes from deep red on the outer edges to wine on the inside – it’s like you just had wine. Over strawberries! Let’s call it the strawberry wine ombre!! (I’m not a foodie – I like to call myself a gourmand! Or – maybe gourmande. :P)

Erdem Fall 2016 RTW

Ombre Lip Trend #3: Glossy Deep Red Ombre

Here’s the classic ombre – in a glossy, deep wine to scarlet avatar.

Louis Vuitton Fall 2016 RTW

Here are some more ombre lip ideas I’m liking:

@a1delatorre via Instagram
Miu Miu SS16


And here’s an old one from November 2015 – Gigi Hadid for Elle, which I’m still loving!

latest-lipstick-trend-fall-2016-makeup-ombre-lip-deep-wine-bold-dark-gigi-hadidNYX even has an ombre lip duo with two shades of lip liner and lip shade:


So, which ombre trend for 2016 is your favorite? Comment below!

Ombre lip too bold for you? Check out my subtle ombre in the college look below!!


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