Today is National Lipstick Day. Many of the top brand companies gave away free lipstick today. If you are in the United States, and in the Pacific Time Zone there is still time to make it to your nearest department store for your free lipsticks. If you are bored with the red and pink lip shades, you may be excited by the new Metallic Lip make-up, maccomestics.com-trending now-metallic-lips. In foil type shades of shimmering gold, cold steel silver, bronze, and copper you are sure to be noticed wherever you go. If Metallic doesn’t appeal to you, try to the #Macombrelips. From lime green to purple you will be amazed at the transformation. Your lips will be the star attraction. If custom style lips are your dream, ColourPop is the answer. In shades that will amaze you and define your beautiful face. If you like a color, don’t wait to order as they often sell out almost immediately, colourpopcosmetics.com. This is a small sampling of my writings for beauty and your lips. Seriously, though, lipstick really can be the crowning touch for your face. It adds that color that brings your whole look together. The beauty on the outside reflects the beauty from within. If you take the time to look your best, you will feel attractive and have more confidence. It isn’t costly to look nice. It’s more about planning it out. For example, a few nice pieces of clothing in your wardrobe can make you look fabulous. There was a show that was really popular entitled “What Not to Wear.” I learned about it in Ireland as it was an American TV series. The hosts had individuals who were chosen based on letters from family and friends. The contestants were individuals who needed lessons in dressing, make-up and hair styling. Some of the people started out rebellious, but the end result gave them a whole new perspective not only on the inside, but their exterior appearance as well. Lipstick was available during the Good Gus series as it was invented in the early 1850’s. The series is available on the website and exclusively on Kindle worldwide. As you find your perfect shade of lipstick, take a reading break with “Misplaced Trust.” It is available on 24 Symbols, Apple, Nook, Kindle, Kobo, Page Foundry, Scribd, Playster and Tolino.