We've all been there. You just bought an amazing new shade of lipstick only to discover that once it's applied, your teeth look yellow. Fortunately, this doesn't mean you need to visit the dentist for an expensive Zoom treatment or try those annoying teeth-whitening strips - you just need to learn a little more about color theory and how different lipstick shades affect the whiteness of your teeth.
Yes, there is such a thing as lipstick for white teeth (and lipstick for yellow teeth, if you’re not careful). By choosing the right undertones for your lippie, you can turn up the brightness of your smile with little-to-no effort. While certain shades may look great in the tube, they may make your smile look anything but. If you feel like you always pick out lipsticks that make your teeth look less-than-stellar, check out these smile-enhancing tips.
It All Comes Down To Color Theory
Cool Tones In General Make Your Teeth Look Whiter
To Make Your Teeth Look Whiter, Opt For A Blue-Based Formula
MAC Lipstick In Ruby Woo Is The Blue-Toned Red You Need
Use BITE Beauty Matte Creme Lip Crayon In Aubergine For A Flattering Smile
You Can Even Rock Purple Lipstick