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    Default How to choose a lipstick shade?

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    Lipstick shade for fair skin

    Pick up the lighter shades of pink and orange if you have combination of fair skin and light hair. You can also go for colours like peach and beige. If you have fair skin and dark hair then you should pick up shades of deep pink and caramel to complement the combination. Any lipstick shade will go with medium skin and hair tone but it is better to go for lighter shades to show up the richness of the skin.

    Lipstick shade for dark skin

    Plum or wine lipstick complements the dark skin perfectly. If you are blessed with an olive skin tone then you can experiment with reds and light browns. If you have dark skin tone then go for matte finish than frosted ones. Keep away from bright reds and pinks and colour your lips with medium and dull shades. Shades of blackberry, caramels and purples are meant for the dusky skin tone.

    Tips for applying lipstick

    Lipstick is an essential part of a woman's make-up kit. The right shade of lipstick will enhance the beauty of any face in a few minutes. If you fancy luscious lips then you can try out these tricks to have fuller lips that are absolutely kissable.

    Use lighter shades during daytime

    Go for darker shades if you are going to attend an evening party

    Shape your lips with a lip liner that is close to your lipstick shade

    Create a shade by blending more than one shades of lipsticks

    Apply foundation as a base and then apply lipstick

    Avoid lip liners and pencils, to make lips appear soft and natural


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    thanks alot for sharing!

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    thx for sharing

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