By Amaris Castillo | 04/05/2013 - 00:00
Every week through our special Latina Style Wars, we’ll be bringing you the best of our readers’ style. Earlier this week, we put a call-out to our fans on both Twitter and Instagram for a photo of their absolute fave spring lip.
By Amanda Flores | 05/17/2012 - 18:00
The color purple has come a long way in the beauty world since its dark lip liner stint in the 90s. JLo was recently spotted in the plum hue at the L.A. premiere of What To Expect When You’re Expecting, showing just how classically elegant the look can be. To help you stay one-step ahead of the trend, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite lip products.
By Latina Staff | 06/15/2011 - 14:45
Our photo editor, Roxana Marroquin, is a self-described lipgloss-wearing girl. And more often than not, that’s all the makeup she uses, so asking her to try out the boldest, creamiest lipsticks we could find was a stretch. Luckily, she’s a good sport. Here’s how her road test went.
What The Are: Bold lipsticks
The Claims: These lip colors offer lots of color payoff without a heavy, drying texture
By Kate Sandoval | 02/01/2011 - 14:45
When it comes to makeup, there’s really nothing more dramatic (or risky) than switching up your lipstick. Case in point: these Latina celebrity pouts. The question is, do you love it or should they leave it?
By Angelique Serrano | 11/30/2009 - 15:29
It’s the mother of all holiday conundrums: What to get your mother and mother-in-law for the holidays. Well, we’ve stumbled upon a gift so perfect it’s almost too good to be true. It’s personal, it’s elegant, it’s timeless yet so trendy you’ll even want one for yourself.
By Latina Staff | 11/13/2008 - 11:15
Many years ago, cosmetics tycoon and Estee Lauder chairman Leonard Lauder observed that when the economy stalled, lipstick sales tended to spike and accordingly coined the phrase “lipstick index."
During the Depression and in the time following 9/11, there were 25% increases in lipstick sales. “The lipstick index is a way to judge a recession,” wrote NY Times op-ed columnnist Maureen Dowd in 2001. “When the economy goes down, lipstick sales go up. Women indulge in smaller luxuries and skip bigger ones.”