Best 23 of Red lipstick quotes - MyQuotes
I’m a big lipstick girl- I’m old school that way.
My husband really loves the red [lipstick], so I keep the red because I want to keep the husband.
One historical note that I just love: When the suffragettes were marching, at one point they started wearing red lipstick so they would all be wearing the same bold color and stand in solidarity with one another. I love how this little thing many women had in their purses became a powerful political symbol. It's a reminder that we don't have to diminish ourselves as women to be seen as strong. You can push for societal change and you can love getting dressed up. You don't have to choose.
If You want a man to notice you, just wear red lipstick
I put on lip balm first thing in the morning and always use it before I swipe on my red lipstick.
I love it when a woman is wearing Red Lipstick, and her hair is combed back, so sensual and confident.
You can't keep changing men, so you settle for changing your lipstick.
I love my red hair. It makes me spunkier.
They dashed on towards that thin red line tipped with steel.
Even as a child, I knew what I didn't want. I didn't want to wear red lipstick.
It's all or nothing with my makeup. If I get dressed up, I'll go to an extreme. I'll wear foundation, bright blue or bright red lipstick with one of my weird purple wigs.
I have problems because I'm very expressive, and usually red lipstick gets on my teeth and face.
The world was like a huge red carpet out ahead of me to be walked on. And it stretched on and on, no end.
Do your squats eat, your vegetables, wear red lipstick, [and] don't let boys be mean to you.
Beauty, to me is about being comfortable in your own skin.
What treaty that the whites have kept has the red man broken? Not one.
For me the visual is just as important as the music. I would never record without my red lipstick. It was my way of getting into character, sort of like Method singing.
I live by a man's code, designed to fit a man's world, yet at the same time I never forget that a woman's first job is to choose the right shade of lipstick.
I came out of the womb waving red lipstick.
James Q. Wilson
I will have an administrative system where there is no way to extricate red tape.
Do that thing you always wanted to do “someday” in the future: get on a plane in your Jackie O shift dress and shades, take a train across Europe wearing red lipstick, buy that sporty two-seater car, spend your money on perfume. Otherwise you might wake up one day with a husband and kids and wonder what you did with all that free time you once had. And if you’re already experiencing the domestic bliss of family life, savour every moment.
I can't see myself without pink lipstick. I can go without it for a couple of days, but if there was no more pink lipstick in this world, I'd be useless. Seriously.
Chris gives me a new lipstick: red for when I want to be bad, she says.