Adele Covers 'The Observer' With Her Signature, Rosy-Lipped Look — PHOTO
Having a signature look and a beauty "go-to" is actually really awesome because it means you are not beholden to come and go trends. You can also either perfect or try variations of your hallmarks. That's not boring or same old, same old; that's just... smart. Adele covers The Observer , which she guest-edited, with her signature thick, cat-eye flick and rosy, matte lips. Those are Adele's hallmarks and she truly makes an effective case for that whole "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" argument.
The "Hello" singer tweeted that her excitement about being on the cover of the exhumed publication. With her thick, auburn hair swept back yet blowing around face, the singer's black-rimmed eyes stare right into the camera. It's almost uncomfortable; I found myself having to look away because I felt like Adele and I were having an intense stare off.
Her lips were painted with a dusty, rosy shade of matte lipstick. Adele favors all sorts pinks and reds on her lips and she tends to "stick" with lipstick, as opposed to opting for a super shiny gloss.
Her look is classic and she has pretty much trademarked it.
Those lips! They are defined and perfectly painted, but they're not overdrawn, overdone, and inflated.
Want to copy her statement lip look?
NARS Pure Matte Lipstick in Montego Bay will give you Adele-like lips. ($27, narscosmetics.com)
MAC's Capricious is a rosy shade. It's more pink in tone, but it's super pretty. ($17, maccosmetics.com)
Stila's Color Balm lipstick in Isabelle is super moisturizing and adds a romantic flush to lips. ($22, sephora.com)
A cheap and chic drugstore option is COVERGIRL's Continuous Color Lipstick in Iced Mauve. ($6, drugstores)
Bite Beauty's Butter Cream Lipstick in Pecan is a warm and dusty rose, with a hand-cut bullet. Your best bet is to apply with a lip brush. ($28, sephora.com)
Adele's rosy lips are so easy to replicate with a good lipstick! Mwah.
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