Does the meaning squeeze into the definition of what ULTRAFLESH Perfect Reds lipstick set contextualizes? Yes, yes it does. And that's why my middle school nickname was "Dictionary Diana".
As a red lip junkie (though again I'm very sold on Stila's "beso" and I'll probably mention this without faltering) I cannot pass up a good deal to try several shades of gorgeous, ironic red - especially without saying that these reds are tailor made to universally flatter anyone. ULTRAFLESH Perfect Reds was on sale on AllCosmeticsWholesale.com (ACW) for $14.99 not too long ago - and for high-end mini-lippies to sample and possibly have a long-lived beauty love affair with was something not to play hookie on. Oh! And they come in the classic creme/"femme fatale" formula and a modernized day-to-day sheer flush. Perfect for man or woman, cis or trans, and every gendered and non-gendered inbetween.
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|Here we see my neutral (and strangely tan looking???) skintone in the works. Disclaimer: I am an NC20 in MAC foundations. The universally flattering shades are (in sheer/opaque matte): Spark, Torch, and Bonfire.|
Spark is a warmer, brick red. Torch is a vibrant, orange-red. Bonfire is a blue-based red. Interestingly enough none of the three are true reds which is what I look best in. As without saying, most lipsticks that claim to be matte have a little shine to them to avoid looking patchy and un-dimensional. What I like to do, is I like to pat on matte eyeshadow - dark neutral brown, or whatever you'd like on top, maybe even translucent HD powder - to cancel out the low-res shine.
ULTRAFLESH also has a Perfect Pinks set (I love series!) that wasn't traceable on ACW but still, Perfect Reds. I eat shades of red, I do, and I shouldn't have to explain myself to you (if you get the Marceline references, much kudos to you!)~