I am in love with a plum perfect pout. I have heard at least a dozen names for this deep purple shade; Film noir lips, goth lips, flapper lips, raisin lips, ‘90s lips, but I like plum, in encompasses the whole array of options from dark purple/pinks to dark wine-brown shades. Every fall plum lips are smeared all over the lips of the rich, glamorous and famous right.
Yes, the color is intense, but it stands out in the fall transition to deep reds. It’s also easier to pull off than you might think, since our lips usually have some natural purple tones. The key to making this look more glamorous than goth is the high-gloss finish.
I am not saying you necessarily should try the goth lip but if you want to keep reading for a step by step! However, and this is a big however, if your lips are thin or have tons of creases you really should avoid this shade because it has been proven that dark lip colors only serve to further accentuate thin or aged lips (source). Sorry, but I want you to look your best!