Makeup focuses on lipsticks, lips, and sweet colour choices.
Lipsticks are one of the main parts of your makeup; suitable lip colour changes your personality. Lip colour is more of an accessory than a makeup product. It’s also a mood evoke — if you’re feeling humid, you can wear gloss to draw notice to your mouth, or if you’re weary after a long day, you can seize a bold lip colour for a pick-me-up before heading out on the town. But do you know which cool addition to your skin tone should be your go-to lip colour? We talked with makeup artists Laura Geller, the originator behind her change eponymous makeup line, and Anna Marco, part of the group at the recently opened Makeup GO!
The exam effect might not come as a big shocker to you (although we do have some great lip makeup suggestions for you), but on the other hand, you might invent something new and take a jump of the lip-colour belief that’ll be the same like a mini makeover for you. But remember, since there’s no science to picking out lip colour per se, you shouldn’t feel pigeonholed by the suggestion because if you try on a colour that you think looks good, you should wear it.
Once you find your new go-to shade, here are a few points to help expand the wear of your lip colour:
- Line and fill your lips with a pencil matching your natural lip colour. The liner will be a base colour to hold your lipsticks and glosses in place longer. And, you’ll stay far with that unattractive ring throughout your mouth as the lip colour naturally fades.
- To stop the lip colour from bleeding and to expand the wear of your lipstick, try a lip stain. It gives a great base for applying lipsticks and works better under lip gloss.
- Keep lips moisturized at night with lip balm to stop dry lips so that your lip colour will adhere to your lips better.