How to Make Your Lips More Expressive?
Unfortunately, not everyone can boast of having beautiful lips like Angelina Jolie, Lana Del Ray or Christina Hendrix.
To have the cutest and sweetest lips that look like adorable rose petals, make them used to an exfoliation regimen. Exfoliate at least once or twice per week, especially before switching to a matte liquid lipstick. This tip will immediately remove flaking from the lips, which is most visible in winter. To prevent your lips from being dry, use a wet toothbrush or an effective lip moisturizer.
The skin on the lips is the most delicate. To protect them from abrasions and especially from sunlight, apply powerful sunscreen.
The tone of your complexion plays a decisive role in choosing the most suitable shade of lipstick. Taking into account the skin tone on the face and the tone of the lipstick, you need to figure out which type of shade is right for you. It’s pretty simple. All you need to do is check the actual color of your face in daylight. Then, apply the master formula that most makeup connoisseurs rely on. For fairer tones, opt for a set of heavenly and shiny shades — such as light pink, peach, coral or beige. However, if your complexion has a warm tone, try to choose pristine pale pink shades mixed with a smooth, velvety texture.
If you have a light complexion, use saturated shades of pink, lilac or a flash of exotic berries. If the skin on the face is olive, opt for shades of the carrot color, such as deep carnations or corals.
If you have a small pair of lips, beautify their shape with cream-textured lip gloss and light lip shadow. In the case of plumper lips, try darker and musky shades of lipstick, such as ruby red.
Study the color of your hair. If it’s dark, use brighter shades of pink, crimson and plum for lipstick. If you are blonde, use dusty colors of airy pink shades.
For red-haired beauties, terracotta and burnt shades of sienna are recommended.
Brown-haired ladies can easily use the coral shade and deeper shades of pink flowers.