Korres Cherry Full Color Gloss has the knack for creating the perfect MLBB (my lips but better) experience every single time I wear it. I own quite a few shades of this fabulous gloss and really enjoy the formula but I think it’s the shades that really rock my lipgloss life.
Some of the color range is outstanding and many of the shades have become HG in my makeup bag.
Here are 5 Shades of Korres Cherry Full Color Gloss I think you should own (if you don’t already as a fellow Korres fan!).
I’m not keen on nude lips so I avoid beige or nude shades less I look all corpse bride like if and when I do indulge. However, 33 is probably one of the best shades you’ll find in the Korres Cherry Full Color Gloss range. It’s a sheer beige with a bit dusky nude pink going on and a golden gleam. Absolutely an essential gloss for those who love a nude lip!
Natural Purple 25
I consider 25 the equivalent to 33 but it’s more of a nude sheer dusty rose so if you aren’t keen on beige, go with 25 for more of a natural, nude pink. Either way I think they are both worth owning!
27, the most vibrant shade I own from the collection and an ideal color for those who want vibrant, loud, and gorgeous. Work it with a winged lined eye or a soft nude one so you don’t take away from the pigmented berry finish!
For the chicks that want to wear fuchsia on the lips but are so scared of the shade. I know I look like a clown when I attempt a fuchsia lip but this shade is subdued enough to give my lips just the right dash of popping pink without being so loud that mom’s are asking me to perform at their kid’s b-day parties!
They call it golden rose, I call it Summer ready golden peach…! You won’t find a nicer shade of delicious, juicy coral, peachy, rosy goodness like this. The color is unique and truly special and sheer enough not to look overly done.
What are some of your must have shades of Korres Cherry Full Color Gloss?