Lipstick adds the final touch to a woman in any makeup application. Lining the lips thats creates fine definition and perfect shape to the lips.
- Select your lipstick color. You'll do well with colors that match the natural shade of your lips, opting for darker tones that complement your overall coloring. Matte lipsticks offer a muted finish complementary to workday makeup, while satin and gloss finishes offer appealing evening looks.
- Apply all other makeup while before putting on lipstick and lip liner.
- Apply very small amount of lip balm or petroleum jelly to give your lips a little moisture.
- Draw a thin line along the edge of your lips with a lip liner whose color is one shade darker than your lipstick, after that Start at the center of the upper lip and work outward.
- Then Hug the very outer edges to open up thin lips, and then line well within the edges to downplay excessively full lips.
- Apply lipstick from the tube or by using a small lipstick brush. Coat the lips evenly. Pay special attention to staying within the lips' edges.
- Blot to remove any excess color and to even out the texture.
- Remember to touch lips up after a meal, as lipstick easily transfers onto cups, water bottles.