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Don't both buff and scrub your lips. Buffing is the better option, as it's gentler. Pat your lips dry. Take a soft towel, and gently pat your lips dry with it. You are now ready to start applying your lip stain. Apply a thin coat of lip balm. Allow the balm to soak in to your lips for 10 minutes.
If you're in a hurry, allow it to soak in for at least a minute before wiping away the excess. Part Two of Three: Get out your desired color of lip stain. Depending on how your lip stain is packaged, you may also need a lip brush. Lip stain can come in a bottle with an applicator, in a small jar, and in a small tube. If the lip stain comes in a small jar, you will need a lipstick brush. Even if your lip stain comes with an applicator, you'll have more control over it if you use a brush.
If you plan on doing some layering and contouring later on, choose a lighter shade. Start applying the lip stain to your bottom lip. Simply start at one corner of your lip, and drag the applicator or brush to the middle of your lip. Then, start at the other corner and slowly drag the applicator or brush to the middle to connect your line.
Follow the curve of your bottom lip. Once you have your lip outline, fill the center part in with more lip stain. Pull your lips inward, so that you can't see them, and then pop them. This will help transfer some of the excess lip stain from the bottom lip to the upper lip. Finish applying the lip stain to your upper lip. Start applying the lip stain at the top of your lip.
Make an "X" to define your cupid's bow, then use your applicator or brush to trace from each corner to the "X". If needed, touch up the color to make sure the entire lip is covered. Blot your lips with a tissue or paper towel. Take a tissue or paper towel, and fold it in half.
Place it between your lips. Close your lips and pull them inward. Open your lips and discard the paper towel. This helps get rid of any excess lip stain. It also helps make your lip stain look more natural.
Natural lip stains are a great way to let your true beauty shine. They create an even color and a matte finish, with no shine or glitter, so you may find you don't need to wear other makeup with it. Lip stain stays on longer than other lip products, even in water. It actually stains your skin, creating color from the inside rather than on top. Don't worry; it doesn't stain forever.
Depending on the wearer, lip stain may last hours to days. It's very natural-looking and especially great for summer. Blackberry Tinted Lip Stain: Make this summery blackberry -tinted lip balm from a couple of fresh or frozen blackberries and a bit of lip balm for a super easy DIY. The great thing about beeswax is that it has natural sun protection qualities!
We know that Shailene is the queen of natural living, and here she offers a berry and cherry recipe she uses to get a perfect pout. Get a dramatic look with beetroot! You make this lip stain as vibrant or subtle as you want depending on how much you apply and how well you rub it in. Have you ever tried making your own lip gloss?
Lip stain stays on longer than other lip products, even in water. It actually stains your skin, creating color from the inside rather than on top. Don't worry; it doesn't stain forever. Depending on the wearer, lip stain may last hours to days. It's very natural-looking and especially great for summer. To get a plump-and-pouty look from lip stain, you'll need to first apply a thin layer of lip balm for moisture. Then, smooth on the lip stain. Even one layer should last for several hours, but you can get more intense color by applying several layers, and then topping your lips with a gloss. Applying A Lip Stain. Have you ever wished there was a way you could make your lip color last a little longer?Or searched for the answer to amping up the color of your favorite daytime lipstick that just doesn’t work for a night out? We have a recommendation just for you!