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Combine your lipsticks to create new gradient shades! Here are all the tips you need to for a beautiful look.
Gradient shades are when one colour blends seamlessly into another. You can create them easily using different colours at the same time.
Anyone, without exception, can wear gradient shades. If you have thin lips, use light colours with a glossy or translucent texture to create fullness; dark, thick lipsticks will make your lips look smaller.
The beauty of the gradient look is that anything goes. Depending on your mood, you can create:
As for texture, go ahead and mix matte, glossy and glittery or add a touch of illuminator to the heart of your lips. Whatever suits your mood!
The line between a successful gradient look and a failed one is pretty thin. If you’re not careful, you could end up looking like you simply did a bad job with your pencil and lipstick. Follow these rules to avoid mistakes:
Wipe off any excess balm before applying colour. If you’re concerned about smears, use a vitamin E-enriched base that will fill in fine lines and unify the surface of your lips while nourishing them.
For more definition and contrast, you can even add a touch of eye shadow that’s just a hint darker than the lip pencil near the corners of your mouth.
Wondering how you can combine this look with the rest of your makeup? If the lip colour is intense, be subtle with the rest of your makeup: a “nude” complexion and some mascara are all you need. If the lip colour is subtle or you want more punchy makeup, simply add some eyeliner—thick or thin, it’s up to you.
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