The wonderful world of Amazon is a one-stop shop for all of our beauty needs — a place we can purchase the weirdest array of items (liquid lipstick, a year’s worth of bulk-size candy AND a brand new TV) without any judgmental stares or questions from a cashier. Thanks to a bunch of different product filtering options, we have the ability to browse through reviews, see which beauty products are best sellers and find out which ones we should avoid. While we do have all of this information at our fingertips, oftentimes it’s hard to find time to do the amount of research we want and need to be well-informed.
To make your life a little easier, we picked the best of the best indie lip products you’ll love, based on your beauty needs. Check out all five below:
For that classic bullet lipstick you always gotta have on hand...
Colorganics Lipstickis an all natural, organic brand featuring lip-loving ingredients like organic beeswax, hemp seed oil and jojoba oil. This top-selling shade in Red Earth (4.5 stars) is a cool brown with rich red undertones. For a more intense look, pair your lipstick with a Colorganics Lip Pencil.
For a lipstick personalized to your lips…
Whether you already know about the mysteriously green lipstick from Lipstick Queen (4 stars) or are completely new to the trend, (and are slightly confused by it) you have to admit that it’s quite striking. When you apply it to your lips, it adapts to a glossy shade of pink based on your pH and skin tone.
Perhaps lipstick with color isn’t your thing — that’s fine! Perricone MD No Makeup Lipstick with SPF 15 (4 stars)enhances your lip contours as well as the natural colors of your lips. You’ll get sheer coverage, plus the hydration and conditioning your lips need.
About the Author:Marisa is an assistant beauty editor at Makeup.com where she's responsible for creating content that inspires, informs and influences readers. She's obsessed with trying new beauty products, hoards a crazy amount of lipstick and her second love (besides makeup) is food. Her work has also appeared in Domino Magazine, StyleCaster, Guest of a Guest and Jeannine Morris Media.