How to Properly Apply Lipstick?


It's no surprise that lipstick has been the most popular cosmetic product for decades, and for good reason. If you know how to apply lipstick correctly, you can quickly elevate your appearance, give your makeup a finished appearance, and give off a dolled-up vibe without even trying. It should come as no surprise that ladies can't live without it! Following an old proverb, "If you give a woman the right lipstick, she can conquer the world."


However, not everyone is familiar with the intricacies of using this mystical stick. A great deal of accuracy, skill, and practice is required in this discipline. And if you're new to the world of lipsticks and lip colors, you'll find everything you need to get started right here. This post contains several hacks and ideas for individuals who are having difficulty mastering the art of applying lipstick.


These exclusive tips will ensure that you have a beautiful pout every time you put on your lipstick:



1. Exfoliate and moisturize your lips.

If you apply lipstick without adequately preparing your lips beforehand, your lips may wind up appearing uneven, flaky, or patchy afterward. Fennell recommends exfoliating your lips first and then applying lip balm or a lip primer to hydrate your lips. She advocates leaving the cream on for a few minutes to let the moisture seep in. These measures guarantee that your lips are free of dry areas that might cause your lipstick to flake off and that they are the ideal canvas for a lipstick with all-day wearability.


It is possible to exfoliate your skin in a variety of methods. According to The Gloss, an affordable alternative is to use a toothbrush and a tiny bit of vaseline, rubbing the toothbrush in a circular motion. There are also a variety of lip scrubs available on the market that are effective.


Step 2: Apply a base

If you're concerned about discoloration or an uneven lip tone, your lipstick must have a solid foundation to hold it in place. Using this method, you may prevent your lipstick from sinking into your lips. Using a flat brush or a tiny fluffy brush, apply a little amount of concealer to the area around your lips that matches the color of your lips. Apply some compact over the top of this to seal the foundation. It also assists your lip color stays on for a more extended period.


Step 3: Make any necessary color adjustments.

Fennell has a simple answer, even though it may seem complicated for colours to show on dark lips. If you have dark lips, she recommends starting with a lighter foundation powder to help mute the colour of your lips. "Once the colour has been muted, you can apply any lipstick you want."


Step 4: Apply a lip liner to your lips.

The contours of the lips should be defined and perfected with the help of a decent lip liner to maintain your natural lip line and prevent your lipstick from being smudged. You will obtain a more defined, distinct look and finish in this manner.


To prevent feathering, trace over your natural lip line from one corner to the other using a liner that complements your skin tone to avoid smudging (this sometimes depends on matching it with the lipstick you decide to wear). Creating an 'X' shape on your top lip, right below the cupid's bow, can draw attention to its bow and make it more noticeable. The lines on the inside aren't necessary since the lipstick will cover them up anyhow — it's the lines on the outside that count. The lines on the outside are crucial.


Step 5: Work with the form of your lips.

For thin lips, Fennell recommends, "Overdraw your lips with a lip liner that comes close to matching your lip color," according to her. Instead of lining your natural lip line, you'll draw a line a little higher up on your upper lip. It's just necessary to overdraw the cupid's bow and the broadest area of your bottom lips when using this method (but never the corners; otherwise, you'll finish up appearing more clown-like than elegant). According to Fennell, finish with a lip color that is equivalent to or a little lighter than your natural lip color.


For more giant lips, Fennell recommends "a medium to dark lip liner and a lipstick that is a little deeper" than your natural hue and "a medium to dark lipstick." Instead of overdrawing the liner, you'll draw it such that it matches your natural lip line. Consider using a darker lip color, which may help make your lips seem smaller, while lighter hues can help make your lips appear more prominent.


Step 6: Apply a precise line to your lips using a lip brush.

Simply using a pointed lipstick and a sharp lip pencil is all you need for a perfect application. On the other hand, using a lip brush may be more pleasant for specific individuals because it allows for a more exact and equal lipstick application. Furthermore, Fennell recommends having your concealer and a flat brush available if you make a little mistake while doing your makeup.


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