10 Iconic Lipstick Shades Of All Time

If lipsticks are your weakness, then check out these best-selling, highest-rated, and most beloved lipstick shades of all time.

PS. It going to be very difficult to not hit ‘add to cart’.

1. M.A.C Retro Matte Lipstick, Ruby Woo

One of the most famous lipsticks, this semi-matte formula lasts through everything from a glass of wine to a burger. It also suits most skin tones.

2. NARS Lipstick, Schiap


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Named after designer Elsa Schiaparelli, this is the most stunning shocking pink lipstick.

3. Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution, Pillow Talk

Let’s accept, it’s not easy to find nude lipsticks. But this one is iconic for being universally flattering. Celebs like Amal Clooney and Emma Roberts are fans of this shade too.

4. Tom Ford Lip Color, Bruised Plum

This gorgeous shade is the epitome of sexy. If you’re looking for a deep plum shade, this one is the most popular.

5. Clinique Almost Lipstick, Black Honey


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Don’t let the dark colour fool you, this cult-favourite lipstick has a super sheer finish and changes colour to suit your natural lip tone.

6. Bobbi Brown Lip Color, Brown

This shade was part of the launch line in 1991. It instantly became a hit and continues to remain a favourite.

7. YSL Rouge Pur Couture, No. 19 Fuchsia

This purple-pink shade has been around since 1979. The Barbie-esque fuschia is perfect when you want to make a statement.

8. CHANEL Rouge Allure Luminous Intense Lip Colour, 99 Pirate

Inspired by Coco Chanel’s signature red pout, this iconic red is a must-have for lipstick lovers.

9. Dior Rouge Dior, 999

This timeless shade is a best-seller and comes in four different finishes.

10. Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick, Fire & Ice


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The iconic crimson shade was launched in the ‘50s and instantly became popular amongst Hollywood stars.


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