Selena Gomez looked all grown up in citrus hues at the SXSW Music Festival in Austin, Texas to promote her latest indie film, “Spring Breakers”. Since her recent split up with Justin Bieber, Gomez seems to be getting hotter and hotter every time she steps out on the red carpet. She wore an orange Dolce and Gabana pencil skirt paired with a cropped top that showed off the tiniest amount of midriff, exuding sex appeal. A light tangerine lipstick and heavy eyeliner contributed to her hotness factor.
Selena is sure showing Biebs, who just cancelled his upcoming show in Portugal for “unforeseen circumstances”, just what he’s missing out on. Friends accompanied the newly single actress to the screening of her risque, new film, which is supposed to be all about partying, sex and more partying.
Tangerine lipstick is causing quite a stir lately. It’s demanding attention on stars all over Hollywood. Jessica Alba captivated everyone’s attention at the Golden Globes when she paired her papaya lip with a peach dress. Citrus lipstick shades are a cool, fun way to transition your makeup into spring. Plus, it’s look-at-me-lipstick at its finest. So, it may be time to retire your red lipstick for a bit. Orange tones complement any skin tone and adds a fresh element to your look. To vamp it up even more, pair the tangerine with heavy black eyeliner and big lashes like Selena.
If you’re on board with the tangerine lip, but prefer a more subtle approach that won’t intimidate check these out:
- MAC Tendertone lip balm in Purring, $15
- Le Metier de Beaute’s lip gloss in Orange Juiced, $32; neimanmarcus.com) is a high-shine glaze that doesn’t intimidate.
- NARS Satin Lipstick in Casablanca, $24
Skindinavia Tips to make sure your citrus-stained lips last all night.
1. Spray Skindinavia Finishing Spray over the lips.
2. Take a tiny amount of liquid foundation and apply it all over the lips.
3. Apply your lipstick.
4. Swipe lips with a small amount of powder and reapply your lipstick.
5. Finish with another spray of Skindinavia for extra staying power.