The popular dark hues of purple, plum, burgundy, and red aren't for the weak-hearted. It's a bold makeup trend that requires some attention, (too much blue eye shadow and it's bust) but after you check out these celebs working it, you might just want to try it out, too.
If you could take one lesson from this trend, know that it helps enhance your best facial features. Camilla Belle’s deep mulberry lip helps draw our eyes to her already-perfect brows. Seriously girl, never touch a pair of tweezers.
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Catt Sadler stayed on the scarlet red spectrum with dark and shiny stain and a wide-eyed mascara look.
It's intense, but she's no Wednesday Adams. Lily Collins' vampire-esque hue totally works with her porcelain complexion and alluring smoky-eye.
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Jessica Alba's pout looks absolutely gorge against her winter white sweater. #SheMadeItWork
Perhaps one of the most famous gals in H-Wood right now, J-Law, jumped into this year's hot beauty trends head-on with a sleek, super straight pixie and a deep ruby red lip look in Paris. No wonder she's in Catching Fire—her instinct is smokin' hot!
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Taking after big sister Kim, style star Kylie Jenner broke out the dark lipstick for the L.A. premiere of Catching Fire.
Kim's been known to work a dark lip in the past, (does the floral frock Met Gala situation ring a bell) so Kanye, please, spread the word that this is definitely what's up.
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Selena Gomez paired her statement pout with a side-braid and a revealing neckline. Can we also just note how white this hue makes her teeth look?
If you're the girly-girl, Vanessa's perky purple look is the one to copy.
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Rooney Mara is basically the queen of this trend—please don't stop.