A radiant smile goes through a color that brightens up a well-drawn mouth. Start by emphasizing the outline of your lips with a pencil to define the contours. In addition, this will prevent the red or gloss from spinning during the day. Then apply the color. The make-up artist's tip to correct an error or simply light up the lips. With a highlighter pen, apply a little bit of material to the outside and blend with a large brush.
If my lips are too thin
The goal: to widen the outline.
- Starting from the top draw the arc but without exceeding more than 2 millimeters, then draw the arc below and join the two lines.
- With the same pencil, fill the entire lip and blend with the fine brush.
- Then apply the lipstick with this fine brush.
- Stay on a mat effect that structures the lips well. Drop a shiny and glittery touch just in the center of the lip to bring relief.
If I have fine lines
- Start by applying a fixing base dedicated to this area, which fills in fine lines and wrinkles.
- Then put on your lipstick.
If my lips are thick
- Do not try to reduce the volume by not depositing the red up to the edge of the lips.
- Avoid wearing a bold color that catches the eye. Prefer a slightly tinted gloss and enhance the complexion and eyes with nice makeup.
If there is an asymmetry
- Choose the side you prefer and, with a lip pencil, draw the other side in symmetry.
- Then fill with lipstick.
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