Want Taylor Swift's Red Lipstick? Try Any Of These 10 Lip Products To Copy The Music Industry Savior's Pout

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 05: Musician Taylor Swift attends the 'Charles James: Beyond Fashion' Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 5, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)
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It's all about Taylor Swift, her new, non-country album 1989, and her red lips this week. Taylor Swift's red lips are her signature as much as her ability to write a pop song hook that embeds itself in your brain.

Sure, the singer, who is on track sell a million copies of 1989has been seen with other colors on her lips. Yes, she looks amaze no matter what shade with which she paints her pout, but a red pucker really is her thing. 

Swift has admitted that she doesn't have a drawer containing every red shade in existence and that she has been partial to NARS' Dragon Girl lately, saying, "I never really get too far from red lipstick, do I? I guess I just think my face looks worse without it. That's pretty much the only rationale behind it." 

Well, though I think T. Swizzle's face aways looks good, here are 10 red lip products that allow you to copy her rich, crimson pout.

NARS Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Dragon Girl

This creamy, velvet-y red crayon, namechecked by T. Swizzle as a personal fave, is the perfect formula and shade for fall. It’s pretty universal but it’s hard to find, so you may have to do some web or eBay scouring. 

Velvet Matte Lip Pencil, $25, NARS Cosmetics

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MAC Lipstick in Russian Red

MAC’s Russian Red lipstick is a classic red with blue undertones that looks good on pretty much anyone. Go ahead and be bold with this shade. 

Mac Lipstick in Russian Red, $17, MAC Cosmetics 

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Chanel Rouge Allure Lipstick in Passion

This orange-red shade will drench lips with satin-y softness. It’s a true red, but it’s also a nice starter for those of you that may be hesitant when it comes to rocking scarlet. 

Chanel Rouge Allure Lipstick in Passion, $37, Chanel

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Urban Decay Revolution Lipstick in F Bomb

F Bomb is a classic, creamy, and edgy red for punk rock girls and rock ‘n’ roll chicks. While Swift is pretty clean cut, her red lips show us her inner badass.  

Urban Decay Revolution Lipstick in F Bomb, $10, Urban Decay

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MAC Lipstick in Cockney

This is a bright, Hollywood siren red with yellow undertones. Swipe it on for an instant Marilyn Monroe bombshell effect. 

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Rouge Dior in 999

You can vamp it up with this look-at-me-and-my-lips red by Dior, a classic brand. The formula is long-lasting, plus goes on super smooth. 

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Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Fire & Ice

If you’re just experimenting with reds and don’t want to shell out big bucks for a prestige brand, an affordable test option is this classic from Revlon. It’s got a bit of an orange tone to it, so do a quick bit of research to make sure that this tone suits your skin.

Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Fire and Ice, $9, Walgreens

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Stila Stay All Day Vinyl Lip Gloss in Poppy Vinyl

If you crave a little more shine, as opposed to a matte, creamy texture, try this high pigment gloss, which is an orange-red shade. Girls who are seriously experienced with reds will love this formula. 

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NARS Semi Matte Lipstick in Jungle Red

Bold. Stays put. Perfectly matte.That’s all. NARS’ wowza Jungle Red is another version of scarlet that is recommended for experienced-with-red-lipstick users. 

NARS Semi Matte Lipstick in jungle Red, $26, NARS

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L'Oreal Paris Colour Riche Lipstick in True Red

A coral red that goes with any skintone, this drugstore brand is perfect for playing and experimenting to see if red is for you. ($8.95, drugstore.com)

L'Oreal Paris Colour Riche in True Red, $9, Walgreens

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