Stars Make A Strong Case For Wearing Dark Lipstick In Spring

'90s dark lips FTW.

It's official: dark lipstick is the biggest trend for spring.

In an unexpected twist, celebrities are holding on strong to deep and richly pigmented lip colors in burgundy, mahogany and merlot that we're used to seeing in the fall. It was a huge trend among fashion's elite at the 2016 Met Gala, further proving that this shift in beauty isn't just a fad.

Taylor Swift embraced dark lips as her personal style has transitioned from sweet and retro to edgy and grunge. Miranda Kerr ditched her signature cherry red lipstick for a glossy bordeaux shade. Meanwhile, Poppy Delevingne's wine-stained lips reminded us of the moody pouts in the cult film "The Craft."

Check out all the dark lipstick looks we spotted on the Met Gala red carpet. And shop our editors' picks below for the best products to try it yourself.

Taylor Swift
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Adrienne Warren
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Hailee Steinfeld
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Rachel McAdams
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Miranda Kerr
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Poppy Delevingne
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Brie Larson
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Liberty Ross
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Sofia Sanchez de Betak
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Lea Seydoux
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Amber Heard
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Rose Byrne
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Burgundy Lip Colors

Clockwise, from left to right: Lorac Alter Ego Cream Lipstick in Dominatrix, $17; Burberry Lip Mist in Rosewood, $33; MAC Brick Lip Pencil, $16.50; Vincent Longo Demi-Matte Velour Lipstick in Saye Rose, $23; Kat Von D Everlasting Liquid Lipstick in Black Cherry, $20; Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame The Matte Revolution Lipstick, $32; NARS Audacious Lipstick, $32; Ilia Femme Fatale Lipstick, $26.