Usually when we do makeup we start in the morning. I usually apply makeup on my lips last before I leave the house.
Lip makeup begins with applying any softener. This can be a lip balm. As you will see below, a lip pencil is better applied to prepared lips.
Balsam is well distributed in the lips and then after about 10 minutes, after the balm has been absorbed, you can begin the process of creating beautiful lips.
Start with using a light colored contour lip pencil to outline the top of the upper lip, sticking out a little of lip contour. I used what I had at hand – an eyeliner with silver tint.
That looks something like a bright paint mark on the upper lip.
Shade upwards the contour of the upper lip.
The same procedure can be produced with a light shade of lipstick with shimmer – just apply over the top lip of the nasolabial folds region.
This lipstick must be shaded thus is perfect so that no one could see if we were smeared with lipstick. We are creating the effect of full lips due to the fact that it is more appealing to stick out the upper lip. This is done by playing with light and shadow. The light area appears larger and closer. If you have a liquid foundation with the shining effects, apply to the nasolabial folds area of the upper lip.
Now to use a pencil. Pick up contour lip pencil to the color of lipstick. Pencil and lipstick should be the same color, but the pencil should be a tone darker.
Outline lips contour a little further to their natural contour. The middle of the upper lip contour, as well as the middle of the lower lip should be covered as precise and as accurate as possible.
This process makes it easier to draw the lip outline, let the elbow of the working arm support.
Next on the list is your favorite lipstick. Carefully paint over the lips, leaving a thin contour line. Do not paint out contour line.
Accuracy and clarity of the lines are the keys to a beautiful make-up, so you should not be lazy and try really hard.
In the center of the lower lip add a little sparkle.
That’s it. Now lips look more interesting and much more complete.
Just to point out the difference, take a look at the pictures “before” and “after.”