These F*ck Trump lipsticks are the perfect shades to wear on election day

Lipslut are donating 100 percent of earnings from the sale of these five shades

F*ck Trump lipsticks to wear when voting
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Election day is here and while it's set to be an emotional day (check out our guide on how to cope with election anxiety), there is some good news.

Beauty brand Lipslut are pledging to donate 100 percent of earnings from their brilliantly titled F*ck Trump collection to organizations fighting for voter’s rights up until the close of the day (get in there fast!). 

To date, they have donated over $200,000 towards women’s issues from sales of their gorgeously matte lipsticks so it’s your last chance to get in on the action and help make a difference. The F*ck Trump collection consists of slick shades that’ll upgrade your look in an instant, each with a witty title to match.

Brilliantly bright ‘Locker Room Talk’ is a statement red shade that slides on with ease before drying down to a bold matte finish.

Deeply rich Fuchsia shade ‘Fake News’ literally looks good on anyone. If you’re wary of going too bold, this is the shade to try - it's not too OTT but gives a good wash of colour.

@janicevirrueta wears F*ck Trump in Fake News 📰 Lipslut

A photo posted by @lipslut on Oct 20, 2020 at 5:29pm PDT

For something slightly more subtle add ‘Tax Returns’ to your cart, this dusty deep pink complements minimal makeup for a fresher look.

Katie Sones, founder of Lipslut believes in changing the world one face at a time, coming up with the idea for the brand on the night of Trump’s inauguration, back in 2017. She’s gone on to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars in support of women's organizations worldwide, believing "beauty can empower people to fight the issues affecting their communities through everyday purchases". 

So what are you waiting for? If you haven’t already voted, stick on your fave lip shade and hit the polling stations.

Lydia Swinscoe
Lydia Swinscoe

Lydia is Lifestyle News Editor at My Imperfect Life.

She specializes in travel, food & drink, fashion, beauty and wellness.

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Before joining My Imperfect Life Lydia headed up the fashion & beauty print team at Now, and worked as Fashion & Beauty Editor at Top of the Pops magazine where she interviewed and styled some of the world's biggest pop acts, from Taylor Swift and Little Mix to Demi Lovato and One Direction.