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Brown Girls Finally Have Some Brown Lipsticks To Wear For Fall
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Brown Girls Finally Have Some Brown Lipsticks To Wear For Fall

Is it just us, or does it feel like a never-ending struggle to find an actual brown shade for your skin?


Some look ashy, others look too dark. Some look too pink, and others...well, we don't know what they are. Brown lipsticks and brown liners have been in our purses for years, so the fact that it's taken THIS long to get it right is just downright sad.

Thankfully, a lot more Black-owned brands and staple beauty brands in our beauty arsenal have finally started hearing our pleas and are giving us options. So if you want a brown lipstick to add to your collection (girl, because we know you do), then check out some of our most recent faves:

Sephora Collection Cream Lip Stain Liquid Lipstick

'Pretty Auburn' is a super cute brown at a cost-effective price point and y'all better not sleep on the Sephora collection! It's lit!

Get this look here.

Feature photo courtesy of Mented Cosmetics

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