Autumn's new lip colours include a spectrum of berry-red stains from soft raspberry pink through to velvety, dark plum.
Flaunt the look in bright fuschia berry tones or try deep, wine stained shades that match winter's new nail shades. For the lipstick shy amongst you, try softer, barely there raspberry tones; Miranda Joyce, who created the look for Daks by Giles Deacon, advises you to apply lipstick to the middle of the lips then blend outwards' to create the softer look. But to really make a statement and channel this trend to the max, look to Chloe where lips looked almost bitten and perfectly gothic.More
On the catwalk anything goes, but when picking the shade to suit you follow make-up expert Bobbi Brown's golden rules: 'The most flattering shades will be one to two tones darker than your lips. Medium tones look great in brown based shades of rose, mauve and berry. Pick plum, chocolate and red if you have dark skin. When choosing your lip colour, think about how its going to balance with your eye makeup. A bright or deep lip looks best with simple eye makeup.'