Don't care as long as the woman isn't drawing dark brown lines around the outer edges of her lips--ugliest style I've seen in decades.
You sure? Maybe if you used a larger font? ;)
Generally there is no message.<br />
Mainly its chosen to coordinate with an outfit,<br />
or if she only wears one colour, she will choose it to suit her skin colour.<br />
If women always wear it, the natural lip colour underneath becaomes very pale, and the lips become dependent on the cover to prevent chapping from sun, wind and driness.<br />
I don't wear lipstick, and it does say a few things about me.<br />
I grew up in the era of feminism, so I dislike the aspects of fashion that involve any interpretation of women as potential sex ob<x>jects -- most women are people first, who like to be known as whole beings before sex becomes a consideration.<br />
I also grew up in the later era of hippies, so I like all things natural, open, unhidden.<br />
To me make-up is a mask, hides the face, clogs pores, unnecessary expense, and many brands are systematically and continuously the result of cruelty to animals.
What do YOU think??????<br />
;-) Actually, now I'll give you a real answer: I wear ONLY red and am NEVER seen in public without it. (I am talking a true fire-engine red, here.) I tend anyway to attract attention; in addition to having a lot of hair, I am nearly six feet tall. The red lipstick is at once classic / elegant AND openly s**y. (I usually have red on my finger and toe nails as well.)
Lipstick shade should complement her skin color. Sometimes it has to do with matching or not clashing with clothing, like a handbag. Sometimes it has to do with mood. (But it cannot tell you if she wants sex.)
Lipstick doesn't do my talking. I do. And I don't hide behind makeup. No scary morning face from this girl.
women with darker lipstick seem pretty intimidating.
Really? How, like? TOO s**y?
like they're brooding and callous.
I like my Vicious Trollop shade of lipstick.