Get the lip liner game right
Lip liners are an essential part of any makeup vanity.
A few reasons why it should not be neglected and should be in your kit and if you just land up eating your lipstick even before they reach the party, you can use a lip liner before applying your lipstick as it makes it stay longer.
Knowing the importance of the product in your purse, one should know that once you fill up the lip with a liner it prevents your lipstick to bleed and it is a great way to shape up your lip and make it look clean and precise.
Apart from using it as just for outlining your lip, it can also change the color of your lipstick by applying a different shade of lip liner and mixing up with another shade of lipstick.
Using a lip liner seems fairly simple, however, there are some steps that one must follow to get that million-dollar smile done right.
Also, the makeup experts list down a few ways to get the lip liner on point:
Remove dead skin: Well-hydrated and smooth lips are essential for a neat finish. Apply lip balm to moisturize your lips. And to remove dead skin, gently use a soft toothbrush over your lips. Once this is done, use a tissue paper to blot your lips and to remove the extra balm.
Choose lip liner: The lip liner should be of similar shade as your lipstick. This way it blends in well with the lipstick and does not stick out.
Outline the lips: Draw an 'M' shape on your upper lip where the two arches converge. Do this slightly above your natural lip line to make your lips fuller. Be precise and do not overdraw.
Line the lower lip: Keep your mouth wide open and tighten your lips. Start outlining the lower lip from the middle and gradually move outwards to the sides.
Apply strokes: Now that you have outlined to lips, it's time to move inwards. Start by drawing small strokes on your lips. Use your lip liner to fill in the lips smoothly.
Blend it: If you want to sport a matte look, then you are done. Just apply some lip gloss and you are set. But, if you want a strong shade, apply a lipstick of the same shade. Blend the lipstick with the liner using a lip brush for an even-toned look. Clean the edges using a tissue or cotton bud.