Getting the Perfect Pout with Lip Gloss
Lip gloss is so popular due to its ease of application and flirty look. For some it is used as a ‘starter’ make-up. First, study the natural shape of your lips, identify the defects, if any and decide on what you want to achieve and then proceed. See Below for some great tips:
I Have Small Mouth With Small Lips
Small mouth with small lips? Want to achieve fuller lips? No problem! These are easily corrected by taking the lip liner pencil outside the natural lip line.Work slowly and steadily to form a perfect shape. Fill in with primer and finally with the lipstick.A highlight of frosting on the upper lip would also create an impression of fullness.
I Have Large Mouth With Full Lips
Oh! Lucky you! Your lips are the natural envy of all women around! So, how do you work the lip gloss on your lips for a perfect finish? Apply liquid foundation makeup to the entire mouth, then outline with a dark shade of lipstick just inside the natural contours of the mouth. Then apply lipstick of a lighter shade carefully and accurately within this outline. Subdued shades work well for this kind of mouth. Use medium toned lip colors and avoid dark browns, plums, electric brights or pale shimmer shades.
I Have Full Upper Lip
Ah, to get a more even, symmetrical appearance, simply apply fluid foundation makeup to the upper lip. Outline just inside its natural contour and apply a dark shade of lipstick. Then outline the lower lip just outside its natural contour and emphasize by filling in with a lighter shade of lipstick.
I Have Full Lower Lip
Simply outline upper lip just outside its natural contour. Apply a light shade of lipstick and in the center add a touch of lip gloss. Apply fluid foundation makeup to the lower lip. Outline just inside its natural contour. Then fill in with a darker shade of lipstick, using a lip brush.
I Have Wide Mouth
You are a natural talker! Cover the corners of the mouth with foundation makeup or a cover stick. Apply lipstick with a lip brush, stopping a few millimeters before the corners of the mouth are reached.