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Does Black Lip Gloss Work? You Be the Judge.

Big surprise, the black-lipped runway trend didn't exactly take off for Fall. Can't say I'm shocked, particularly because, really, everybody looks healthier with a little color. Still, it can't hurt to try a trend, right?

Judging by the way GiggleSugar shrieked and hid her eyes upon seeing my glossy coal lips, maybe it can. I had Le Métier de Beauté's Black Magic gloss on; it's rich, dense, pigmented and quite luxurious. But I don't think that vinyl-style lips are for me. What do you think?

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DivaDivine DivaDivine 7 years
No, this would make even the pearliest whites look ashen. Besides, sometimes even if something is trendy you have to think about whether or not your sweetie would want to kiss those lips. My guess is no.
Melo-D Melo-D 7 years
Black lipstick/gloss has it's place. I personally will never be seen with black lips. Not my cup of tea. I like color. Then again, I don't like black nails either. I used to do black toenails in my early-mid teens but now... forget it. Black is only for eyeliners and mascara. Lol.
sahayra sahayra 7 years
I don't think it looks good on anyone.
ECULeah ECULeah 7 years
Negative
ECULeah ECULeah 7 years
Negative
Coco-Aylese Coco-Aylese 7 years
oh gosh no....and when I see it it scares me.
witchbaby witchbaby 7 years
no, no, no! not even on Halloween!
MandeeLei MandeeLei 7 years
No. Just no.
MandeeLei MandeeLei 7 years
No. Just no.
squeakyfrommage squeakyfrommage 7 years
I actually kind of like it in a theatrical way, or if you were taking pictures for fun, but it's not something I'd see anyone leaving the house in.
partysugar partysugar 7 years
Bella, I think even in black lipstick you look beautiful!
VintageBecky VintageBecky 7 years
In Real life.. it's hard to pull off. in print it looks awesome!
lilflowa lilflowa 7 years
I think it looks amazing! Especially in the pic. your profile n lips pulls it off really well lol! But i do agree with everyone...in the right contaxt it would work...evryday use...not so much.
lilflowa lilflowa 7 years
I think it looks amazing! Especially in the pic. your profile n lips pulls it off really well lol! But i do agree with everyone...in the right contaxt it would work...evryday use...not so much.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 7 years
I wore it back in the late 80's , but then again it went with my outfits. Never would wear it now, unless it was halloween
frenchstarr frenchstarr 7 years
This looks good for runway and photography, but I can't see it in real life, hon.
Mme-Hart Mme-Hart 7 years
Ewww!
Mme-Hart Mme-Hart 7 years
Ewww!
pywacket pywacket 7 years
Not so bad. I expected it to be lots scarier. I think you're wearing it fairly well considering it is black lipgloss. It almost works, just not in real life, more for fun. Cool pic, though.
KadBunny KadBunny 7 years
For everyday normal wear, hell no. But like Bella said it would be fun to wear to a rock show or perhaps a private, play dress-up photo shoot or something. :P
KadBunny KadBunny 7 years
For everyday normal wear, hell no. But like Bella said it would be fun to wear to a rock show or perhaps a private, play dress-up photo shoot or something. :P
fleurdelispink fleurdelispink 7 years
Annie, someone should put that picture in a high-fashion magazine. You are seriously gorgeous.
bailaoragaditana bailaoragaditana 7 years
To be honest, I think it really only "works" in the context of a "concept look" - like a costume or a photo shoot or something like that. Real life, real people? Not so much. Not that you aren't gorgeous, but that gloss... uufffff.
gbychan gbychan 7 years
Looking at those lips, the word "kissable" doesn't come to mind. I'm not buying it!
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