Beauty Trend to Try: Orange Lips By InStyle Editors InStyle Editors Facebook Instagram Twitter Our editors and writers comprise decades of expertise across the beauty, fashion, lifestyle and wellness spaces in print and digital. We prioritize journalistic integrity, factual accuracy, and also having fun with every story we share. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on February 27, 2014 @ 04:11PM Pin Share Tweet Email Trending Videos Photo: Courtesy Photo (2) Trend to Try: Orange Lips 01 of 12 Lupita Nyong'o WireImage If there's one thing we love about newcomer Lupita Nyong'o, it's her penchant for attention-grabbing color. We spoke to her makeup artist Nick Barose about how to get her sparkling bronze lip look. 02 of 12 Get the Look Courtesy Photo "I stained her mouth with red Diorific lipstick in Dolce Vita ($36; dior.com) and then I added the shimmery bronzy Dior Addict Gloss in Parasdise ($30; sephora.com) on the center of lips for added drama," Barose tells us. 03 of 12 On the Rag & Bone Runway ImaxTree For Rag amp Bone's spring/summer debut, the head-turning lip trend was something of a first. "We decided to go with a bold lip because it fit so well with the clothes this season," Revlon's Global Artistic Director Gucci Westman tells us. 04 of 12 Get the Look Courtesy Photo Westman sent models down the catwalk donning Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Carnival ($8; available in drugstores this April). 05 of 12 Drew Barrymore Getty Images A cheery coral shade, such as the one Drew Barrymore showed off at the People's Choice Awards, is perfect for transitioning into spring. Keep reading to shop her exact shade. 06 of 12 Get the Look Courtesy Photo Barrymore's velvety matte pout was courtesy of FLOWER Kiss Stick Lip Color in Get to the Poinsettia ($7; walmart.com), a creamy shade straight out of her very own collection. 07 of 12 On Prabal Gurung's Runway Sarah Balch for InStyle.com Hoping to achieve "a twist on a modern mannequin look," makeup pro Charlotte Tilbury channeled '50s glam for Prabal Gurung's warm weather collection, opting for slightly overdrawn shapes in striking orange hues. 08 of 12 Get the Look Courtesy Photo After using MAC's Pro Longwear Lip Pencil in What a Blast ($20; maccosmetics.com) to define and contour, Tilbury blended the brand's eye-catching Orange Lipmix cream ($15; maccosmetics.com) over the entire lip to finish. 09 of 12 Claire Danes Splash News Incorporating a fresh contrast to her elegant Dior ensemble, makeup artist Matin Maulawizada made sure the star's vibrant pout took center stage. "I wanted to give her a new version of what the Dior showroom models wore when Mr. Dior was designing," he tells us. "So we concentrated on the gorgeous orange-red Dior lipstick." 10 of 12 Get the Look Courtesy Photo A few swipes of Rouge Dior Lipstick in Rendez-Vous($34; dior.com) provided Danes with a smooth yet fiery finish. 11 of 12 Karlie Kloss ImaxTree If anyone can inspire us to give the electric hue a try, it's fashion icon Karlie Kloss. At a recent DKNY runway show, makeup artist Charlotte Willer complemented the models' dewy complexions with a bold, mood-lifting pucker. 12 of 12 Get the Look Courtesy Photo (2) Willer mixed Maybelline's Sensational Vivids Lipstick in Electric Orange and Neon Red ($8 each; ulta.com), using a lip brush to apply the strong, citrus-inspired stain.