Get the Look: The Best Berry Lips for Fall

If there's one lip shade that looks great on nearly all skin tones, it's a rich, ripe berry.  Whether you're deep mocha brown like Viola Davis or a caramel-complected cutie like Selita Ebanks, you'll love this season's violet, merlot and deep wine lip hues.

Nicole Marie Melton Oct, 09, 2012

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Eve sported an expertly lined, glossy violet lip at MAC AIDS Fund's International AIDS Conference.

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Pucker up with eight straight hours of lush color, radiant shine and nourishing care with this long-lasting gloss.

$3.49, available at drugstores.

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Estelle is known for being a big fan of red lipstick, but we have to admit that the British songstress looks great in wine lips, too!

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For a conditioning, super creamy lip look, you'll love these rich-pigments formulated with moisturizing lotus flower and power peptides.

$21, available at Too Faced.

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Selita Ebanks opted for a deep shade of ruby colored lipstick at the 10th Annual Ford Hoodie Awards.

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Get a wondrous wine lip of your own by swiping on one of MAC's limited editon Marilyn Monroe lipsticks.

$16.50, available at MAC.

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At the Los Angeles premiere for The Book Of Mormon, Viola Davis dazzled in a deep wine lipstick.

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Gloss your pout to perfection with this luxe, long-wearing formula with ultra-cushiony applicator and mirror-like shine.

$24, available at Sephora.

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Jill Scott stepped out at the premiere of Steel Magnolias in a creamy cranberry lip color.

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This deep rouge is a luscious, creamy, semi-matte formula with a long-lasting smooth finish.

$10, available at Ulta.

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Melanie Fiona attended the 2012 Canada Walk of Fame Awards wearing a rich, plum pout.

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This glowing lipstick contains light-emitting pigments that create luminous, color-intense lips.

$25, available at Estee Lauder.


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