First we saw it on the Spring/Summer 2011 runways. Then, it made a few cameo appearances during awards season on stars like Amber Riley and Jennifer Hudson. And now hot pink has officially replaced nude as the "it" lip color in Hollywood.
Emma Stone sported an eye-popping fuchsia hue at the Conde Nast Traveler Hot List Party on Monday night, proving that even girls with pale skin can work the trend.
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Makeup artist Mai Quynh custom-blended the color using Mark Pro Glimmer lip powder in Punk and Mark Glow Baby Glow lip gloss in Girly Girl ($6 each, meetmark.com).
Bright lips look best when paired with flawless skin and subtle makeup, so use a light rose blush, neutral shadow and lots of black mascara for contrast.