Colors That Suit You – How will You Know That

Light blonds - berry’s and mauves. Also cappuccino colors.

Golden blonds - corals, apricots or peachy hues

Blonds with olive skin - warm peach, brown and terracotta

Brunettes – terracotta, cinnamon and brown tinted reds

Redheads – warm terracotta, cinnamon and peachy browns

To prevent feathering and bleeding of lip color, use a lip base under your lipstick. Then outline your lips with a lip liner.

Create A Full Upper Lip

Outline the lips with a pencil that is the same shade as your lips. Then, on the center of the upper lip, use a brown pencil and draw a second line. Apply lip color and the brown will blend right in but your top lip will look fuller.

For fuller lips, apply lip gloss right in the center of your mouth.

For Longer Wear

Blot lips after applying lipstick to set color and remove excess. Add a thin layer of loose or pressed powder, then apply color again.

Make Large Lips Look Smaller

Use the deep colors (deep colors makes lips recede) and stick to a matte formula, keep away from shiny glosses.

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