Napoleon Perdis Says: This Spring, Think Pink!

Why pink is the new red… Red is always classic but this spring pink brings you in sync with the times. Whether it’s day at the office, a night out on the town or a weekend at the beach, pink lipstick looks irresistibly fresh. And there are so many gorgeous shades to choose from—cherry to fuchsia to dusty rose. The combination of faux bronze skin and pink lips is always a winner.

Picking the right shade of pink for every complexion…
To flatter fair skin, try a blue-based pink, such as the Napoleon Perdis DeVine Goddess Lipstick in Electra. For olive skin, a coral, peachy pink is ravishing, such as the Napoleon Perdis DeVine Goddess Lipstick in Harmonia. Just check out Jennifer Lopez or Eva Mendes for confirmation of that. Plums and bright pinks such as the Napoleon Perdis DeVine Goddess Lipstick in Calypso and Olympia look dazzling on dark skin tones.

How to rock this look…


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  • DO experiment with at least three different shades to find the perfect one for you.
  • DO prime the lips first with Napoleon Perdis Auto Pilot Lip Service to ensure they’re hydrated.
  • DO try powdering or concealing the lips for long-lasting color

Napoleon Perdis In 1995, celebrity makeup artist Napoleon debuted his line of cosmetics and launched his first concept store and Makeup Academy in Sydney. Today, Napoleon Perdis has 59 stand-alone concept stores and more than 800 point-of-sale locations across Australia and New Zealand. In the U.S., the brand has four Napoleon Perdis stores and is sold in select independent retailers. Famous fans include Evangeline Lilly, Debra Messing, LeAnn Rimes, Nicollette Sheridan, Rose McGowan, Amanda Bynes and Hilary Duff, among others.

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