The Most Popular Lipsticks That Aren't Red, According to Pinterest

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Pinterest is sometimes overwhelming in its offering of inspiration—I can't even tell you how many boards I have dedicated to the most minute of makeup detail. Let's face it: one can never have too many Pinterest boards, especially when it comes to holiday beauty, am I right?

A little helping hand comes in the little 'save' button. We know if we're on the right track by how many of our pins you pop on your own page—and if there's a whole gang of you pressing repin, we know we've picked a good one. Because it's Friyay, we thought it would be fitting to see you into the weekend with a little inspiration of our own: the most repinned lipstick shades that aren't red. Because isn't it time we all took a bit of a beauty risk?

Scroll down to see the top choices of non-red lipstick shades on Pinterest. 

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You, and women all over the world, went crazy for Emma Watson's coral red smackers. It's just as bold as a classic red but a little more fun: her loose hair topping off the more relaxed version of the iconic look. Nars' Audacious Lipstick in Lana, $48, has an orange tint that we think Emma would definitely approve of.

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Have you ever seen a mocha lip look so modern? We're not surprised that Gigi Hadid managed to make this (sometimes) harsh shade into something soft and romantic. Her barely-there hair waves and slight bronze shimmer on the inner corners of her eyes soften the whole look perfectly. Maybelline's Colour Sensational Stripped Nudes Lipstick in Coffee Craze, $18, is our pick for recreating this look.

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We're not at all surprised that this seductive lip colour has made its way to the top of your pinning list. Deep plum is both sexy and edgy, especially when paired with clean, matte makeup. Our pick? Lipstick Queen's Bete Noire Possessed in Intense, $59. It's perfect for the modern seductress. 

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Elizabeth Olsen's vampy wine-coloured lip is a little more everyday-friendly than the former dark plum but she's put it firmly into night territory with blue frosted lids. This unexpected pairing is making us seriously consider blue as a grown-up colour. We'd try this look with Charlotte Tilbury's K.I.S.S.I.N.G Lipstick in Night Crimson, $42

Which lipsticks are you keen to try? Tell us in the comments below!

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