Lip Gloss Logo Ideas:
This trendy icon, with the lips slightly parted and angled off to the left, adds some depth to the logo. The solid purple background denotes luxury, elegance, and edginess, and makes the text and icon pop. The Rosarivo typeface, designed for printing, adds to the sense of elegance and luxury.
This logo uses the Quando-Regular font, which is inspired by brushy handwritten letters included on an Italian poster during the Second World War. This sense of tradition is reinforced by the circular icon, which projects unity and strength. This suggests that your lip gloss brand is timeless.
Traditionally, lip gloss is marketed at women, and the hot pink color — typically associated with femininity in advertising — reinforces this idea. The icon of gloss being applied to lush lips tells customers exactly what products you offer, and the Cardo typeface adds a classic element.
The icon in this logo brings a cute sparkle to the lips. The hot pink color adds a playful, youthful edge to the design. The use of the Cardo typeface, designed for classicists and linguists, adds an old-school touch of class to balance the joyful, spirited icon and color.
This design is one of our favorites. The bottom lip shows off a reflective gloss which adds depth, while the slightly parted lips make you want to smile. The use of the Cormorant Garamond typeface creates a professional feel. The purple and black color palette is elegant.
The curved lines and open lips of the icon complement the rounded lines of the Cardo typeface. The open lips also draw the eye to the business name and seem to give the impression of being "ready to go." The thinner lines of the business name balance the bold icon.
The sexy lip bite in this icon adds a sensual element that will catch the eye of potential customers. The icon is complemented by the dark pink color choice, which is daring and bold. The Abhaya Libre typeface is widely recognized and modern and is designed for use on digital devices.
The little mole playfully drawn above the lips is reminiscent of vintage Hollywood beauties. This is highlighted by the pink color which typically represents femininity in advertising. The smooth and classic strokes of the Gilda Display font are perfect for a luxury lip gloss brand.
The stars alongside the lush lips in this icon emphasize the sparkle on a smooth set of glossed lips. They also add a playful element to the design. The pink color echoes this by adding a youthful flair. This fun icon is balanced by the classic lines of the Cardo typeface.
The icon in this logo shows lip gloss being applied with a wand; an action that will make people reach for their gloss instinctively. The solid purple background adds a sense of luxury and elegance. The icon is complemented by the slightly rounded lines of the Cormorant Garamond typeface.
How do you make a lip gloss logo?
Think about what you want to convey. Are you going for sexy? Sparkly? Smooth? What should your lip gloss say about the person using it? You can experiment with unique icons and many fonts using our lip gloss logo maker until you find the one that conveys your brand's message perfectly.
What are some ideas for a cute lip gloss logo?
You might try playing with typefaces and fonts a little and seeing how ones like Poppins and Cookie look with your icon. Consider icons that emphasize the cute side of your products, like sparkles on the lips or the little doe foot applicator that comes with many types of lip gloss.
How can I come up with a creative lip gloss logo?
Do some research and see what everyone else is doing. Are there some logos that are overused by lip gloss companies? Is there something obvious that people aren't doing? Then, play with your logo. On Zarla, you can try many different icon, font, and color combinations. Experiment until you find one that fits your brand.