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I am assuming the last few seasons of the bright red lip domination has resulted in the emergence of an all new lip shade.:)  Call it wine, dark cherry or burgundy, this super dark version of red has been spotted on quite a few celebs and the runway alike. (Interestingly oxblood is touted to be a key color for fall.)I like it that there are plenty of shades to suit different skin tone. Dark lips add a bit of an edge to your look no doubt.. but I’d keep it strictly evening. Also remember to go easy on the rest of your make up.. else deep hued lips can age you by a few years(we wouldn’t want that would we 🙂 )For those of us not wanting the wine pucker.. how about giving those black basics a break and stocking up on some maroon pieces for our wardrobe. Here’s a strong case