Like us, Joey Mead King loves switching up her lip color. She shows off different shades of red, pink and neutrals in her selfies, never missing the mark when it comes to choosing the right hue. In fact, her go-to color is anything but basic.

In a video from her Instagram, Joey shared her daytime makeup routine. She walked us through her favorite blush and brow products before proceeding to her favorite step: lipstick, of course!

"I'm attracted to so many colors but the bright ones do attract me [the most]," she says in the video. The model finished off her look with a bright fuchsia lip gloss by local brand Colourette and you can immediately see how much it brightened her complexion.

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During a previous interview with Preview, Joey was also carrying an almost identical shade in her bag for touch-ups. Now that's a bright lip lover right there!

And a few months ago, we saw Lovi Poe wear a similar lip color and she rocked it, too! Now who says morenas can't wear bright lipsticks?

Try the shade for yourself with the products below!

IMAGE Colourette, Maybelline

1. COLOURETTE Colourglaze Vivid Lip Gloss in Nixie, P399, Colourette

2. MAYBELLINE SuperStay Matte Ink in Romantic, P299, Lazada

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