Red Lipstick

Your strength glows on your skin – red lipstick. The suffragettes fought for women’s right to vote in the beginning of the 20th century. They wore it as a sign that they won’t be silenced. They put it on to say, ‘we are our own masters, and we demand to have our voices heard.’

 

A brisk red on the lips can send a powerful message. When used right, it can say, ‘you can want me, but you can never have me.’

 

Wearing red lipstick used to be a sign of protest – it used to be passed out at marches where women fought for their equal place in society. It can have the same message today – a declaration of independence in a world that wants to own.

 

This collection exhibits the strength of red lipstick and its combination with different personalities.

Almost all of my works are available as limited edition fine-art photography prints. See sizes and options available. If you don't find the one you like in the shop, please send me a direct request.

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