Moves as you push up through her eyelashes. Repeat as necessary, focusing on the tips after the first attack. The bottom layer of the tabs as much as you want, but are less important. … The apple of my cheek? This is the easiest of all the steps. Get your flush, and a pleasant, medium blush brush, gently brush the cheeks in an upward motion. From the apple of the cheek, just under half of the eye (in most cases), brush outward toward the hairline to lift the brush away from your face as you go.
Doing this will focus color where you applied for the first time and blend outward to create the desired effect. Use a triangle sponge to blend even more if desired. Luscious Lips! There are many options when it comes to his lips. Lipstick or lip gloss? Lipstick Matte or metallic? Satin finish or glossy? In the end, all that matters is what you like. If you want to use a liner, I suggest you go with a natural or neutral tone. You can change things up with different colored lipstick or gloss – depending on your mood. If you want something a little more daring, try a darker jacket or two that the real color of the lips. Take the line in his hand and hold like a pencil normal.
With light strokes, "draw" a summary of your lips starting at the top in the center of the lips and working outwards and downwards. If necessary, gently by the sea on the inside of the lips to help blend the color so you do not have a definite line. If you do not want lipstick then skip this step. Take your lipstick and, again, start in the middle of his upper lip and work outward and downward. Massage on the back and forth until the desired amount on the lips and then his lips blow to ensure uniformity. Top with a nice lightly colored lip gloss. Apply as you would with lipstick mixing on the fly. Smack your lips together again and check your teeth to ensure they do not have spots. Written by: Katie Weaver & Debbie Frantzen