As the temperatures soar into the three digits and the whir of air conditioners and fans mounts to a cacophonous symphony, the bright pink, orange, brownish nude, and wine lips of winter and spring are giving way to the pops and hints of summer lip colors.

With this summer’s makeup trends arrive a host of summer lipstick colors ranging from the traditionally classic to the radically new. Below are the three of the most popular lip colors of summer 2015 paired with high quality lipsticks that exemplify this summer’s trends from a variety of price ranges.

Bold Reds

After a year out of the limelight of runways and photoshoots, the classic red lip has made its striking return with this year’s spring and summer releases. The entire arsenal of reds, from the hints of strawberries of a tinted lip balm to the striking contrast of a neon or brick red, are in style right now—most notably the classic, bright, often blue-toned red lip.

Make it Matte: Transform your favorite red lip color into an equally superb matte lipstick look instantaneously. Just apply your favorite red lipstick, cover your lips with a sheet of oil blotting paper, carefully brush on some translucent setting powder with a fluffy powder brush, and voilà! Your formerly satin-finish or shiny lip color is now a pigmented matte lipstick.

Perfectly Precise: Rather than swiping on a pigmented red directly from the bullet onto the lips only to risk overfilling or staining, use a lip brush to carefully trace the outline of your lips with lipstick before filling them in.

1) Maybelline Color Sensational Vivids Lipcolor in On Fire Red
($7.49 @ ulta.com)

This highly pigmented true red lipstick packs a punch of color with its vibrant hues, a formulation easy on the lips, and a price tag equally easy on the wallet.

Photo Courtesy: Ulta

2) MAC Lipstick in Ruby Woo
($16.00 @ maccosmetics.com)

One of the longest-standing classic red lipsticks, Ruby Woo is the iconic MAC lipstick and a holy grail rouge for countless customers who have swiped the perfectly red color across their lips. Traditionally considered one of the best red lipsticks, Ruby Woo is a red that can suit a broad range of skin colors and undertones.

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3) Yves Saint Laurent Rouge Pur Couture in 01 Le Rouge
($36.00 @ sephora.com)

The Yves Saint Laurent collection of red lipsticks is one of the most revered, and it does not get more classic than the flagship lipstick of the line. This traditional red sits comfortably on the lips while delivering amazing, long-lasting pigmentation. Treat yourself with a red lipstick that looks as good on your lips as in your makeup bag.

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Natural Pinks

On trend summer lip colors are shying away from the vibrant hot pinks and pinkish hues that formerly dotted the lips of models and celebrities in these sweltering months in favor of muted, sheer pink lip colors that accentuate the natural pink tones of the lips.

Moisturizing Must: Take advantage of the popularity of sheer pink lipsticks to use products that add moisture to your lips and prevent them from becoming chapped and unsightly after hours in the blazing sun.

1) L’Oreal Colour Riche Lip Balm in Pink Satin
($7.99 @ ulta.com)

Revel in a lip product that both tints and soothes your lips, adding a soft pink glow while working simultaneously to add moisture and smoothness to parched lips.

Photo Courtesy: Ulta

2) It Cosmetics Vitality Lip Flush in Je Ne Sais Quoi
($20.00 @ ulta.com)

This technology-imbued product appears clear on first sight, but transforms upon contact with your body heat into a natural pink perfectly suited to fit your complexion and enhance your natural lip color.

Photo Courtesy: It Cosmetics

3) Dior Addict Lip Glow in Pink
($33.00 @ sephora.com)

A hybrid of a lip balm and lipstick, the Dior Lip Glow adds long-lasting hydration and a sheer wash of pink color to the lips. Designed to enhance the natural color of the lips, the Lip Glow appears slightly different on each pair of lips it touches.

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Vibrant Purples

Traditionally, the onset of spring and later summer was associated with the relegation of autumnal plums and wines to the back of lipstick holders and drawers, put away until the return of the colder months. Not so anymore. Making a radical appearance on spring and summer runways and in recent photoshoots are violet lip colors ranging from traditionally wintery wines to vibrant, neon plums.

Pick your Purple: Different undertones and shades of purple suit people with different skin tones. From pale lavenders to deep wines, shades of purple vary wildly, as shown by the three equally pigmented, but starkly different shades pictured here.

1) Wet n’ Wild Megalast Lip Color in Mauve Outta Here
($1.89 @ drugstore.com)

With its pigmented formulation, load your lips with a long-lasting, bright mauve courtesy of Wet n’ Wild. And with a price less than $2, you can forgo a candy bar that will last less than 5 minutes in favor of this long-lasting lip color.

Photo Courtesy: Drugstore.com

2) Too Faced Melted Liquified Long Wear Lipstick in Melted Violet
($21.00 @ sephora.com)

Arriving in a non-traditional liquid form, this Too Faced lipstick packs more than its fair share of pigmentation punch with a long-wearing, easily applying formula that will glide on and stamp your lips a true, bright lavender-violet.

Photo Courtesy: Sephora

3) Tom Ford Lipstick in Violet Fatale
($50.00 @ nordstrom.com)

Flaunt a luxurious, rich wine lipstick in the summertime instead of retiring it in these warm months. Pair these deep tones with a light makeup look to accentuate the lips and add a fierce daring edge to your look. Indulge in a lipstick as luxurious as the rectangular casing of the bullet.

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