Tuesday, December 1, 2015

How to Choose Mineral Makeup Lipstick and Lip Liner Then Apply It (part 1 of 2)


Every woman uses lipstick. If you want to go all natural, you also have to buy mineral makeup lipstick as a finishing touch.

To do that, you have to buy the right color of mineral makeup lipstick that complements the natural shade of your lips and skin.

Plums, wines and deep reds are great for those who have a dark skin tone while light-brown beiges with pink or orange undertones complement women who have a lighter skin tone. If you have olive skin, try getting lipstick in brownish reds, light browns and raisin shades.

If you wear heavy makeup often, choose lipstick that is light. If you are using soft makeup, then get something darker to make it stand out.

Lipstick unlike other makeup products should be applied several times a day. If you go to work, choose to use colors that are light in the morning such as cream and matte while using dark colors that are high gloss during the evening.

When you are at the store, be patient when you choose the mineral makeup lipstick color. Since you are already there, it will be a good idea to try out different shades on your lips and if possible, do this where there is natural light to see how this will look with your overall complexion.

While you are there, you can even create your own shade by combining a few colors. The sales assistant won’t mix up a batch and let you bring it home. To do that, you have to apply one color on your lips first and then add another by blending with the brush on your lips.

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