Lipstick: The Right Way Of Application And Removal

Coloring lips is part of makeup, but few women know how to color lips so they look supple and healthy. What most women do is simply choose a lipstick preferably of rich color and apply it directly. This blog will help you to learn the right way of application and removal of glossy lipstick.

Your lipstick could look messy and it could bleed to your teeth if it is applied without a proper base. Also, you should know how to choose the right lipstick. You need to consider the type and color of your lips before choosing lipstick.

Here’s the complete tutorial of application and removal of glossy lipstick

Get The Essentials

• Lip Balm/Lip Conditioner
• Lip Liner
• Concealer
• Compact Powder
• Lipstick

Bring all the essentials to your dressing table and start coloring the lips in the following manner:

First Step: Preparation Is The Key

Preparation Is The Key For Glossy Lipstick

Prepare your lips by first exfoliating them with a soft and damp brush and then hydrating them with a nourishing lip balm so they become soft and supple. If you apply a lip primer after the treatment, the lipstick will stay longer and won’t bleed.

Second Step: Make The Baseline

Make The Baseline

The lipstick could sink in your lips if you don’t make a base with a concealer and compact powder. First, apply a concealer of the shade of your lips and then seal it with the powder to provide a firm base to your lipstick.

Third Step: Contour Your Lips

Contour Your Lips

Take a lip liner and start defining your natural lip. Also, reshape and perfect the contours of your lips to prevent your lip color from getting messy. It will give you a more defined and polished look. Choose a liner that matches your lip color and work from one corner to another.

Fourth Step: Apply The Lipstick

Apply The Glossy Lipstick

Finally, apply the lipstick evenly all over your lips. Move the stick or brush from corner to corner and apply a couple of coats to get a rich color. Since you have prepared your lips well, there is little need to worry about things getting messy.

Fifth Step: Add Definition

Add Definition To Lips

It is an optional step, but if you want to get a pouty look, you should add definition to your lips by contouring the shape of your lips with a small concealer brush. Work on your edges to add a subtle hint of lip gloss.

Things To Take Care Of While Choosing A Glossy Lipstick

If you have dry lips, you should choose moisturizing lipsticks that will hydrate your lips and condition them as well. Also, avoid matte lipsticks as they will make your lips drier.

If your lips are thinner than normal, you should choose light colors that will make your lips appear fuller. The problem with dark colors is that they would make your lips appear smaller than your lips actually are. These are some tips that you should keep in mind while choosing a lipstick.

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Coloring Dark Lips

Coloring Dark Lips

If your lips are dark and pigmented, you need to do something more to color your lips. The key is to conceal the dark color. Follow these steps for application and removal of lipstick:

Step 1: Conceal

Neutralize your pigmented lips with the help of a concealer. But use one matching with your skin tone and apply it thoroughly all over your lips. A concealer would work well in neutralizing your lips.

Step 2: Coverage

See whether the concealer is working and don’t shy in adding a little extra coverage to hide the dark color. Keep working with the concealer until you achieve the desired results.

Step 3: Line Your Lips

Take a lip liner of your skin tone and line your lips from corner to corner. Also, don’t forget to enhance the shape of your lips by making a cross or an “X” under the cupid’s bow.

Step 4: Apply The Lipstick

Apply a lipstick of your choice, but in layers. Also, choose a non-glossy lip color to get better results. Glossy or creamy lipstick won’t stay for a long time.

Coloring Small Lips

Coloring Small Lips

If your lips are smaller, you should follow a few hacks to make your lips appear fuller. Follow these steps:

Step 1: Exfoliate

Gently massage your lips in a circular motion with a natural sugar scrub or any nourishing lip scrub for exfoliation.

Step 2: Prime

Apply a primer to prepare an even base for lipstick and prevent it from bleeding. Apply the primer all over your lips from corner to corner.

Step 3: Line

Line your lips with a lip liner matching your skin tone. Avoid using very dark lipliners as they will make your lips appear smaller.

Step 4: Highlight

Highlight your lips to make them look fuller. Once you’ve put on lipstick, you will need a highlighter. Also, you can add some lip gloss to your highlighted lips.

Learn To Remove Lipstick

If you think that you can simply erase the lipstick from your lips then you are wrong. It isn’t the right way to remove the lip color. In this way, you can harm your lips.

Here’re some reliable ways of removing lipstick

Reliable Ways Of Removing Glossy Lipstick

Method 1: Vaseline Petroleum Jelly

Apply Vaseline petroleum jelly on your lips and leave it for two minutes. Wipe the lipstick with a wet wipe or a cotton ball. It works for all types of lipsticks.

Method 2: Coconut Oil/Olive Oil

Apply the oil on your lips and remove the lipstick with the help of a wet wipe or cotton ball. Coconut oil and olive oil are nourishing oils that will nourish your lips while removing the lipstick.

Method 3: Lotion

Your face lotion or body lotion would also work like a makeup removing agent. You need to apply the lotion on your lips and allow the lotion to sit on your lips before removing the lipstick with a wet wipe or cotton ball.

Final Thought

Lipstick is an important part of makeup, but you should know application and removal of lipstick. Similarly, you should be careful while removing the lipstick. Also, you should choose lipstick that is good for your lips and prepare your lips so the color stays on for a long time.

Disclaimer: The information provided is for educational purposes only and the readers are advised to take precautions while applying and removing lipsticks.

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