Get the Look: Two-Tone Lips

by Sierra C | 1 Comment

You’ve upped your nail game with coordinating colors for two-tone tips, but don’t stop there! The latest lip trend is all about color–and plenty of it. Go beyond lip contouring and ombre for this super fun lip look that beauty editors are loving. Two-tone lips can add drama and dimension, whether you want to go big and bold, or slightly more subdued. Pair colors and finishes to complement each other, and you’ll feel like you just stepped off the runway.

  • Hannah

    Wine-inspired shades? You had us at Merlot…

  • Jaydra

    Pair a perfect plum with a fierce fuchsia for a terrific tongue twister.

  • Sophie

    We’re screaming for these killer tomato shades…


Wine-inspired shades in a deep Merlot and sweet rosé look downright delicious together. We're loving how the darker red on Hannah's bottom lip gives her an extra plumping, pouty oomph!


Hannah's rocking It's Whipped in Bisou on her top lip and At Midnight on her bottom lip. The matte finish is classic, but if you want even more of a show stopping finish, layer a fun gloss or lip oil over it for super shine. (We totally recommend Your Lip Addiction.)


A vibrant plum complements the fabulously femme fuchsia in both matte and shine-happy finishes. Since both shades belong to the same color family, the two-tone effect isn't too bold, making this duo a super wearable version of the trend.



Jaydra is wearing It's Whipped in Xoxo on her top lip and Pucker Up on her bottom lip. In the bottom photo, she's layered Your Lip Addiction in Covet (Pink) for a touch of shine.


Don't be afraid to get vibrant! A bright tomato red and bold brick orange can be magnificent in matte or sultry with shine. Because the two shades are just slightly different, they add all kinds of dimension that you can kiss up to.


Sophie is loving the It's Whipped in Smooch on her top lip and Beso on her bottom lip. For that extra pop of glossiness, she added a layer of Your Lip Addiction in Crave (Orange).

With so many fun and fabulous ways to wear it, aren't you ready to tackle two-tone now?