Flaming Lips: Fuchsia Lipstick Is A Spring Must

(Sources: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images North America; Maybelline; Axelle/Bauer-Griffin)Think pink lipstick is too young for you? Yeah, we've heard that excuse before. Try again. For all you anti-pink lipstick ladies, did you know there's a way to handle the hue in a way that doesn't make you feel like you're headed to prom? Yes, it's true. This spring's hot shade of fuchsia solves all of your pink problems.

Fuchsia is the perfect shade for those looking to venture into pink territory without going full-on baby pink. In fact, this vibrant hue has purple undertones, which ensure that the shade isn't too girly, but still boasts a bold pink touch. In summary, you're basically required to give fuchsia lipstick a try this spring. Hey, these celebs already have, so why not you too?

Camila Alves went for a full-on fuchsia lip at the Spirit Awards. This stained look really popped against her olive skin.

(Source: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin)Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o showed off her version of the fuchsia look with a glass-like gloss.

(Source: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images North America)If these versions seem a little to dark for you, why not lighten it up with a softer shade of the hue, like Camilla Belle

(Source: Angela Weiss/Getty Images North America) And just to help nudge you to jump on the fuchsia bandwagon, we found a drugstore fuchsia lipstick that's super saturated with color and super kind on your pocket book.
(Source: Maybelline)Maybelline Color Sensational Vivids Lipcolor in Fuchsia Flash, $8.79, CVS.com.
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