As seen on the Chanel, Valentino, Dior and Prada runways, lashings of mascara, a nude lid and a bold lip is the trend du jour. From classic reds and candy colours, Buro 24/7 Middle East has the collection to try from ChanelDiorTom Ford and Lancôme...

Chanel Rouge Coco lipstick, Dhs140

Spring shades: Four new lipsticks you need now

A simple red lip? Yes, please. Chanel's latest Rouge Coco lipstick in Carmen – a name inspired by Coco Chanel – offers a long-lasting lip colour infused with rich moisturising agents. Packed with jojoba and mimosa butter, this lipstick comes complete with sunflower wax to ensure a creamy yet lightweight finish. 

Dior Addict Lacquer stick, Dhs129

Spring shades: Four new lipsticks you need now

Dior's new lipstick will bring a pop of pink to any beauty look. Aptly titled Diabolo, the lacquer delivers an enriched and highly-pigmented formula that is as bold as it is beautiful. Injected with ultra-nourishing oils and extreme shine, Diabolo is the ultimate go-to for achieving a spring pout. 

Tom Ford Anderson lipstick, Dhs130

Spring shades: Four new lipsticks you need now

As one of the season's most neutral colours, Tom Ford's lipstick is injected with a long-lasting formula which includes soja seed extract, Brazilian murumuru butter and chamomilla flower oil. The Anderson matte shade falls between pink and nude, to flatter all skin types while making a simple yet beautiful statement.

Lancôme Absolu Rouge lipstick, Dhs120

Spring shades: Four new lipsticks you need now

Dominating in the world of beauty, Lancôme's latest collection, aptly titled Absolu Rouge, consists of a new lipstick shade that is perfect for every day. With a lightweight texture that is as creamy as it is soft, Lancôme's Lip Motivation shade is enriched with antioxidants and vitamin E, making this a dreamy shade to wear this season. 

Chanel, Dior, Tom Ford and Lancôme's new lipsticks are now available at beauty counters across the Middle East. Also on the lip front, discover Clinique's limited-edition collection with Crayola