Tuesday, December 1, 2015

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


As for the lip liner, choose one that is a shade darker than your lipstick. Be sure that this is in the same color family.

Now let us talk about how to apply this on your lips. Before you do it, make sure you have already placed the make up on because this is usually the last thing to work on.

When you are ready, dab a small amount of lip balm or petroleum jelly first to give your lips to give it a little moisture.

Draw a thin line along the edge of your lips using the lip liner. Start at the center of your upper lip and then work your way outward. Hug the outer edges to open up the thin lips and then line well within the edges to downplay excessively full lips.

Unlike other mineral makeup products, you don’t need any brushes to put on lipstick. You simply turn it to one side so it will go up and then coat the lips evenly while making sure you stay within the lip’s edges. Some people can’t do that so if you go over the edge, remove it using some tissue paper.

Putting on lipstick and lip liner in the morning is easy but you have to do this several times a day especially after eating or drinking because the color will transfer to anything you came in contact with.

So you still look good after a meal or meeting someone, head first to the bathroom and fix yourself up by taking out your mineral makeup products out of your bag and working on yourself in front of the mirror.

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