7 Best Black Lipsticks to bring out your Inner Goth

Aug. 23
Whether you feel like spreading those witchy vibes or black lipstick is a staple in your everyday wardrobe, it can be difficult to find the perfect lipstick. It’s already hard enough with lighter shades. Still, when it comes to finding the perfect shade of black lipstick, you’re looking for a lipstick that has hyperpigmented color and quality staying power, so it doesn’t rub off at the beginning of your night.
Black lipstick also comes in different finishes, such as glossy and matte, and you have to be careful when you apply this lipstick. Black lipstick can be treacherous to use, but as long as you get the right lipstick and a precise applicator, you can build up your lip color gradually and avoid mistakes.
Here are the seven best black lipsticks for your Halloween festivities or your everyday goth lifestyle. 
Wet ‘n Wild MegaLast Liquid Catsuit Matte Lipstick in Oh So Noir
This first lipstick is not only affordable, but it offers long-lasting staying power with high pigmentation. It has a buttery smooth application, and once it’s on, it stays in place. The best part is that it doesn’t feel heavy on your lips either.
Nyx Liquid Suede Cream Lipstick in Alien
The worst part about applying black lipstick is making mistakes, and the best way to avoid making mistakes in the application process is to pick a quality, precise applicator like the one that comes with the Nyx Liquid Suede Cream lipstick. This lipstick has the perfect applicator tool so that you can apply it perfectly the first time.
Sephora Cream Lip Stain Liquid Lipstick in Night Bird
This Sephora cream lip stain has a lot of staying power. It offers a long-lasting formula and will keep your lips jet black the entire night without the need for retouching. 
Givenchy Rouge Interdit Vinyl Color Enhancing Lipstick in Noir
If you’re concerned about the way black lipstick is going to look on your face, then you should invest in this Givenchy Rouge Interdit Vinyl Color Enhancing Lipstick. It’s not just any lipstick because Givenchy’s formula reacts to the pH of your lips, so you get a customized shade every time. 
Nars Powermatte Lip Pigment in Paint it Black
There’s nothing worse than getting your black lipstick all over your teeth or smudging it across your face, and this Nars Powermatte Lip Pigment solves that problem. This pigment does not move! It stays in place, feels lightweight, and has opaque and matte coverage.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Matte Lipstick in Midnight
If you favor bullet lipsticks, then you should invest in the Anastasia Beverly Hills Matte Lipstick in Midnight. This formula has all the things you love about a liquid lipstick in a dry formula. It has an opaque and matte finish without the dryness, so it’s perfect for a person who prefers bullet lipsticks over the liquid options. 
Lime Crime Velvetines Matte Liquid Lipstick in Black Velvet
Finally, the last lipstick on this list is Lime Crime Velvetines Matte Liquid Lipstick in Black Velvet. While this brand has been under some controversy before, it’s hard to deny the quality of this product. Lime Crime’s black lipstick has a long-lasting formula that doesn’t budge, shift, or smudge. It also has one of the deepest shades of black on the market.


Applying black lipstick isn’t just about the lipstick you purchase. It also has a lot to do with the application process you use. To apply your black lipstick properly, it starts way before you even pull out your lip color. Because dark lipstick amplifies any imperfections you may have on your lips, you need to exfoliate and moisturize your lips. You don’t have to utilize a lip liner, but it will give a much cleaner finish if you do. 
Once you’re ready to apply your black lipstick, press your lips together so you can see your lips’ natural outline, and then start applying your lipstick from the middle, continuing outwards. Once you’ve applied your first coat, blot your lips on a towel, and then apply a second layer, so you have a long-lasting lip color. Optionally, you can dust your lips with a finishing powder just to set the look before you walk out the door. 
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Update regarding November 23rd posting bug
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