Lipstick and Lip Gloss
Lipstick & Lip Gloss
Get a little glamour on your lips with Lip Gloss or Lipstick - they can do much more than just look good!
Why use something on the lips?
Lipstick and lip gloss are makeup in the form of a dye to smear on the lips. A beautiful lipstick or lip gloss can almost create a whole makeup look in itself - both for everyday look and for parties.
Lipstick fills your lips with flirty colors and active ingredients such as hyaluronic acid and vitamin E that nourish and soften your lips.
In addition to always shining, Lip Gloss is also rich in moisture and care in the form of hyaluronic acid and vitamin E. Hyaluronic acid keeps your lips moisturized for a long time and Vitamin E protects the skin. Lip Gloss has a soft consistency, which makes it comfortable to wear on the lips.
How do I use lipstick and lip gloss?
Apply a thin layer of Lip Gloss on your lips as needed. Lip Gloss makes your lips look naturally bigger.
Apply Lipstick from the center of your lips and out on each side. Apply to both upper and lower lip. Apply a coat of lipstick and then remove the excess color with a tissue before applying another coat of lipstick. This method will make your lipstick last longer. Dab it on the lips when you want a natural, soft look, and apply it directly on the lips when you want an intense look. Eye Precision Brush is good for making a precise lip line.
It is important that your lips are not dry and are well moisturized before applying lipstick. If necessary, start by exfoliating the lips to remove dead skin cells. Then they have an easier time absorbing moisture and your lipstick settles more nicely on the lips.
You can create a more glossy look by applying lip gloss on top of the lipstick, as this combination enhances the colors. Or a more transparent look by mixing your lipstick with your lip balm.
What color lipstick or lip gloss suits me?
There is a sea of nuances when it comes to lip products. To find the right one for you, you need to know your skin tone. Skin tones can be divided into cool and warm colors. Cool means you have a pink, or peach undertone. Warm means you have a yellow, golden, or olive undertone. The blood vessels on your wrist can help you figure out your skin tone. If they have a blue tint, your skin tone is cold, if they have a greener tint, your skin tone is warm.
If you have a warm skin tone, switch to warm colors. Preferably red, brown or yellow.
If you have a cold, light skin, you should match it with correspondingly cooler colors. Preferably in the red, pink, and powder shades.