From soft and sheer lilacs to intense, matte plums, we found the best of the grape bunch.
The creamy, blue-based fuchsia is perfect for cool-toned skin.
This light, pinky-purple lipstick with a satin finish is a good starter shade for someone with fair skin.
The sheer, slick plum makes wearing a bold, dark purple shade seem a lot less intimidating.
The rosy lilac shade goes on saturated and creamy—a good pick for someone with fair skin who wants to rock a statement lip.
This is about as intense as it gets: a deep, brown-y plum in a matte finish.
If you’re worried that a dramatic plum shade will seep into fine lips lines or make your pout look too thin, this is your solution. This lipstick contains collagen, peptides, and hyaluronic acid to plump and smooth lips as it deposits rich color.
The matte, blue-based purple-pink will make a statement on medium or dark skin tones.
It may look like a bright, bold violet, but it goes on soft and sheer, making it ideal for those with medium-toned skin who want to dip their toe into the trend.
The wine-toned cream lipstick will look vampy on any skin tone.
This saturated plum with red shimmer with give you a fierce, metallic lip look.
Will you try the purple lipstick trend? Tell us in the comments below!