Celebs Are Loving Coral Lipstick. Are You?

03/10/2014 at 02:11 PM ET

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One of the top trends we saw come down the spring/summer 2014 runways last fall was super-saturated, poppy-colored lipstick. So we knew it was only a matter of time before some of our favorite celebs busted out their brightest, boldest lip colors to celebrate spring being just around the corner. This weekend alone, three stars opted for a coral hue, and it’s getting us in the mood to refresh our makeup case.

From left, Krysten Ritter went for a true orange in a glossy formulation at the Veronica Mars premiere — according to makeup artist Leah Rial, it’s Dior Rouge Dior Couture Colour lipstick in “Trafalgar 844.” Her costar in the film, Kristen Bell, chose a more sheer, peachy version of the bold hue and balanced it with blush in the same shade. And finally, a freshly-cut Lauren Conrad went for a high-shine, slick magenta-tinted orange to match her tangerine top. (Her makeup artist Amy Nadine shares that it’s Lime Crime Velvetine lip stain in “Suedeberry” topped with Beautycounter Lip Shine.)

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A matte, true orange lip is tough for anyone but a model to pull off, but these three celebs show that there are plenty of ways to try the trend. Who has your favorite look? Are you going to opt for orange this spring? Tell us below!

–Alex Apatoff

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