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    Women Tried One-Shade-Fits-All Lipsticks And Found The Perfect One

    This is lipstick on another level.

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    Lipstick colors are so subjective, but there's kind of a new trend where brands are creating one-shade-fits-all-type of colors.

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    Watch these women try different one-shade-fits-all lipsticks!

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    We had a group of women try out a variety of lipstick brands to try to find one that looked good on everyone.


    Although some of these products don't claim to be one-shade-fits-all, they have been lauded for their diverse range amongst beauty experts.

    First, the ladies tried the Glossier Generation G in "Jam," which retails for $18.


    Although it looked dark, it went on sheer. It didn't have a super high pigment.

    Only one of them really, truly loved it.


    "This gets a triple thumbs up if I had a third arm."

    Next on their list to try out was Smashbox's Always On Liquid Lipstick in "Stepping Out" ($24).


    They loved it.

    Nude lipsticks can be tricky, but the ladies were really feeling this one.


    It was also super versatile because you could totally wear that shade to work and for a night out on the town.

    On to Revlon's Super Lustrous Lipstick in "Fire & Ice" ($8).


    It was creamy, soft, and oh so very red...or was it pink?

    They agreed it's perfect for when you're feeling glamorous and feel like doing it up for a night out, but not exactly an everyday shade.


    The last lipstick they tried on was the Fenty Stunna Lip Paint in "Uncensored" ($24). Yes, Rihanna's makeup line.


    It was very pigmented, and it was love at first sight.

    It looked amazing on everyone!


    What they thought made it great was that the same color can look like a different shade on different skin tones, and it just worked.

    Nailed it, RiRi. Like we knew you would.

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