Mixing and blending are fun but it’s always great to find a color that works directly out of the tube.
For pale lips use pastel shades, such as pale pink or light beige.
Deep tones appear very dark on pale lips, so apply them with a light hand.
Very dark lips look best with blue-toned and deep, saturated lip color. Very pale shades of lipstick can appear gray or ashy on dark lips.
MATTE Lipsticks are dense and last longest. They contain less moisture than other products, so they adhere to the lips and don’t fade as quickly
1 Choose the color and apply it using a lip brush or directly out of the tube.
2 Beginning at one corner of the mouth, apply an even layer of color over the entire lip area.
3 Keep the color within the natural lines of the lips. Use the brush to accurately line the lips.
4 Continue the application to the other corner of the mouth. Always apply the color into the corners on both top and bottom lips.
5 Fill in the bottom lip and any missed areas. Press your lips together to evenly distribute the
Tips for Long-Lasting Color
Use a lip pencil that matches the natural color of the lips to line and completely fill in the lips. This base helps hold lip color in place. Layer lipstick on top.
Use pencil on top of lipstick to create a waxy barrier.
Blotting lipstick with your finger presses color into the lips and will create a stain that will last.
A bit of powder or blush patted on top of lipstick will keep it on longer.