Hi there! Today we will talk about how to create and define ombre lipstick!
Ombre means having two different colours that are monochromatic.
Ombre isn’t just for your hair! The sexy, ombrélip look is one you’re going to want to wear always, and shout to the world about it. Be creative and bold with your makeup and try out this ombre lip look.
Ombre lips can look awesome, but if not done correctly they can make you look very tacky! The secret to doing ombre lips is to first try it out with your regular lip colors. Play around with different hues that merge well together and once you are satisfied with the results only then step out into the open.
Step by Step Ombre Lips:
Apply concealer over your lips to hide the natural colour.
Use the dark lip liner to create a line around the edge of your lips as you would normally. Add more of this dark colour lip liner to the corner of your lips bringing this dark colour in towards the middle, but do not colour all of your lips with this shade. You can also extend this line and thicken it at the top and bottom of your lip if you wish.
Apply your pale colour to the middle of your lips that do not have the darker lip liner on them. Press your lips together once or twice but do not smear the colours together by rubbing your lips side to side or back and forth. Simply press your lips together and pull apart again in one smooth motion.
At this stage you can use your lip brush or cotton bud to blend the edges of your colours together to create a fading effect.
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First of all make sure that your lips are moisturised.
Apply foundation or concealer on your lips to make the colour more intensive
3.Apply lipliner! If you are happy with your lips then just line the lips on the natural lip line. If you want to make them bigger then you will outline the lips just a bit above the natural lip line. Don’t go too high as it will look fake and we don’t want that. If you want to make your lips smaller, then line the lips from the inner side of the natural lip line.
4.When you are done with the lip liner then you can fill up the lips with lipstick.
5.The colour of the lip liner is usually the same colour as your lipstick. Don’t apply lighter liner as it won’t give any definition to your lips, go with a shade or 2 darker.
6.Make sure that you are applying your lipstick with a lip brush. Why? Because in this case your lipstick will last much longer, the lip brush will give you more precision in the application.
7. Make sure you will blend the liner with the lipstick. No harsh outline on the lips is trendy anymore except you are doing a fantasy, high fashion or lip art.
8.Be precise and clean. The ultimate must is to make your lips perfectly shaped and contoured, especially when you are working with dark and bold colours.
9.Apply gloss on the lips. You can apply coloured gloss or transparent to give a high shine to your lips.
10.Now you need to make sure that your lips are perfectly shaped.
11.Take your foundation brush or latex sponge and straighten the lines
12.For additional definition you can take a bit of a concealer and line perfect the lip lines.
13.To avoid runny lips because of the lip gloss use a bit of a translucent powder on your latex sponge and place it to the corners of the lips.
14.To make sure that your lipstick will last all night long use Kryolan Lip Fix
All you need to do now is to practice, practice and practice!
My teacher told me you have to do at least 100 red lips to master it!
So its time for practice 🙂
Don’t forget to click on our blog tomorrow as we will talk about dos and donuts in the lipstick application
Hi everyone today we will talk about lips, here are the first thing to do is to moisturised your lips:
Exfoliate your lips. Mix together petroleum jelly (such as Vaseline), sugar and honey; Rub your lips with the mixture for 2-3 minutes later. Gently wipe the mixture from your lips with a clean, damp washcloth.
Next, apply a lip balm (such as Blistex or Carmex) to your lips. Don’t use flavored or scented lip balms because that will just make you lick your lips which will cause dryness.
Drink water. Water keeps lips moisturized. Your lips need moisture. Not only is water good for your lips but it is good for most everything in the human body. You should try drinking 8 glasses of water every day depending on your age.
Don’t pick your chapped lips. This will only make them sore, and even more dry. Making your lips dry and sore will slow down the moisture process. Also if you peel the skin off them it hurts and burns when you apply lip balm. Sometimes it even bleeds!
Don’t lick your lips. In fact, don’t even rub your lips together unless there is lip balm on them, don’t bite them, or rub your teeth against them. Not only does this dry out your lips, it even makes them bigger. Trust me that’s not very pretty!
Stay away from sticky foods. Sticky foods will make your lips rub against each other and stick together, damaging and drying out your lips.
Overnight, apply a heavy coat of lip balm to your lips. The next morning your lips will be moisturized and smooth!
There you go guys! The tips to have a smooth and moistured lips.
I hope you got some tricks from the topic today.
Stay tuned tomorrow as we talked about on how to make your lipstick to last for long hours.
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