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 Steps to Applying a Lipstick
Outlining with Lip Liner :
To apply lip liner, rest the elbow of your working hand on a flat and steady surface or on the palm of your other hand and trace quickly and lightly around your lips, when you get near to the corners of your mouth fade the line out by marking it more lightly. If you like you can cover your entire mouth with lip liner it acts as a good lipsticks base.

Priming The Lips with a Lip Balancer :
Fill in the lips with a special base or balancer to even out the skin tones. If your lips are of an even color, use a face powder as a base.

Filling Up with Lipstick :
Afterwards, apply lipsticks preferably using a brush (it helps to stabilize the color).

Finding a suitable color :
Most important things for right color choosing are skin color, hair color and shape of your lips.
1) For light skin and blonde hair - All shades of orange, pink, purple.
2) For dark skin and dark hair - All shades of red, violet.
3) For light skin and dark hair - All shades of brown and beige.
4) For red hair women - Coral-red, brown and bronze colors.

Blotting Off :
Fold a clean tissue and place it between your lips. Press the lips lightly together to remove the excess color and to help seal the remainder, so that it stays on the lips rather than moving onto every glass you use. Apply a second coat of lipstick (if desired or for evening makeup). Don't apply more than three layers or your lips will look frighteningly thick.

Final Lip Gloss Application :
Finally finish with a lip-gloss to get a gleaming look. However, women with extra full lips should use lip-gloss very sparingly.
 
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