Adjust your lip shape correctly

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1) If you have thin lips
“No”: cold, dark shades of lipstick, matte texture, overly dark lipstick.
“Yes”: lip gloss, pearl lipstick, warm beige-pink palette, nude lipstick shade or a tone matching the lips.

2) If you have very full lips
“No”: drawing below the natural lip contour with a pencil.
“Yes”: lipstick and lip gloss of all textures and colors that are appropriate to your color scheme preference. Pale transparent tones visually make the lips seem less rich, but using a pearl or matte material with a drop of shine in the center emphasizes your seductive fullness.

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3) If you have omitted corners of the lips
“No”: pencils and lipstick in dark colors; contour line drawn to the corners of the lips.
“Yes”: for nude shades of lipstick, or for the same tone as the lips, use a contour line that doesn’t “hold out” the lowered corners; focus on the eye makeup. Apply lipstick to the corners of the mouth for a less intense color, and keep the center of the lower lip paler.

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4) If you have an uneven lip contour
“No”: careless lipstick application, ignoring the base under the lip makeup.
“Yes”: apply lipstick line that’s clear and natural, and a stretched lip shape with no gap. Lightly move the lip pencil towards the center. Complete the look with lipstick that is slightly brighter than your natural lip color.
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