Today's makeup is not a tutorial on eye makeup, but a step-by-step description of how I have done my lips. This is my new favorite way to make up my lips, so nice, so durable and extremely easy to improve quickly without a mirror.
What I have on my lips is the lip pencil in the contours, which gives a sharp lip shape and easy to paint outside as I do so much (or I just follow my tattoo but it is far beyond my natural lip). The lip pencil holds up so well and when you paint a bit from the mouth, you (not me at least) need to improve the contours once a day. Because the contours never touch when I eat / drink etc so it stays from morning to evening.
Then on the rest of the lips I have a colored lip balm:
♥ So soft and comfortable on the lips and very caring
♥ Gives a nice ombre effect to the strong lip pencil
♥ The pigment "colors off" a little on the lips so even when the cream disappears you have a little color left on the lip, so it looks brighter but never like you-need-to-improve-your-red-lipstick but the lips still have a nice ombre color.
♥ When you improve, it goes crazy fast with just a little more lip balm, you do not even need a mirror.
Face primer - Paese Makeup Base Matte
Concealer - gloMinerals Under Eye Concealer (beige)
Foundation - gloMinerals Pressed Base Foundation (Golden Medium)
Contouring - Paese Bronzing powder (1m)
Rouge - gloMinerals Powder blush (papaya)
Dehydrating powders - Paese Bamboo Silk Powder
Fixing Mist - Pixi Makeup Fixing Mist
Around the eyes I have only smoked with brown eye shadow, Paese Kashmir Eyeshadow (604) and finished with mascara, Magnetic Lash Mascara. My waterline is always so bright because I have tattooed inliner :)
- Mark the contour of the lip with a pigment-rich lip pencil, Benecos Natural Lip Liner (Red)
- Fade in the color a bit by "dabbing" with the pen and being light on the hand
- Colored lip balm on the inside of the lip and a little on the lip pencil, but not all the way out to the contour, Pixi Shea Butter Lip Balm (Ripe Raspberry)
The lip balm is dark pink and becomes a great contrast to the red, does not cut at all.
Then I always bite off a little excess lip balm on a piece of paper, but it is optional, when I improve later I usually do not do it.
Fint va? A very fast way to make your make-up a little more neat without it having to take time and precision.
You saw these lips in mine latest makeup also, think it's so nice :)