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Are you tired of having thin or average looking lips? Are you seeking makeup tips that will help get your lips looking fuller and thicker today? There are a few tips that can allow you to skip getting injected with collagen or spending a fortune at the beauty store.
Line Your Lips
One of the most important steps in achieving the full lips look is to use lip liner. You will want to apply the liner just outside the lip line if you have very small lips. Ensure that the liner you choose matches your lips and your lipstick.
Match Your Lip Color
Once your lips have been fully lined, it is time to apply lipstick. Again, this should be the same color as the liner that you have chosen. Apply it all over your lips and ensure that it is smudged together with the liner so that the look is fully uniform.
Once you have applied your lipstick, it is time to apply gloss. You will find that there are many different shades to choose from, and the right one will depend on both the color of your lipstick and your skin complexion. You will want to apply the gloss from the center of the lips, ensuring that the middle area is lighter than the rest so that light is reflected away from the center. The end result will be lips that are fuller and sexier.
With these simple tips, you can easily achieve the look that celebrities have perfected all on your own.
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