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Erin Lukas
Dec 19, 2017 @ 10:30 am
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Sure, a bright red lip will always scream "party" during the holiday season, but if a matte finish isn't your thing, there's always other options to choose from that are equally as chic.

Case in point: The pink glossy lip that Michelle Williams wore to the premiere of her new film All the Money in the World. If you were a teenager in the early 2000s, lip gloss might instantly give you flashbacks of the thick, tacky product your swiped on during class that always made strands of your hair stick to your lips.

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But just like how you graduated high school, lip glosses have grown up, too. The formulas are more sophisticated and are packed with conditioning ingredients along with delivering as much shine as possible. For a soft, rose glossy lip like Williams's apply a hydrating pigmented gloss such as Chanel's Rouge Coco Gloss in Tendresse ($30; chanel.com).

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Williams's kept her shiny lip look chic by completing it with subtle champagne eyeshadow swiped across her lids and along her lower lash line, and a few coats of mascara. The short layers of her signature bleach blonde pixie cut were brushed off to the side to give the short length a bit of body and texture.

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