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Step-by-Step Lip Makeup Tutorial – 3 Various Creamy Gradient Lips

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A couple of days earlier, I did a guide about gradient lip looks with all matte tones. Today, I am going to share some more pretty ways to create good ombre lips. I’m also sharing a cute Korean style of lip gradation in this post. So now, let’s enter into the information.

Step-by-Step Lip Makeup Tutorial - 3 Different Creamy Gradient Lips

Orange-Coral Gradient Lips Makeup Tutorial

Step 1: First, you have to hydrate your lips well and after that blot excess lip balm to avoid greasiness.Step 2: To counteract lip pigmentation, apply some concealer on the lips and around the mouth. Blend it with a sponge and apply some compact powder to set the concealer. This trick assists to hide the darkness around the lips and also supplies a neutral colour so that the lip color appears brighter and perfect.Step 3: Now, use a shade darker than your lipstick

to line or contour your lips. Here, I utilized a pink lip liner. Start drawing your lips from the cupid’s bow and after that line out the lip. Line your lower lip line as well.Step 4: Next, apply a coral orange lipstick on the centre of the lip and smoothly mix the shade with

the lip liner.Step 5: To highlight the centre of your lips, apply some tinted lip balm with a brush. Gently dab it with a brush and blend the shades efficiently to obtain a natural tinted finish.Step 6: Finally, use some compact to remedy the line, if required. Korean Lip Gradation Tutorial with Purple and Mauve Step 1: First, you have to hydrate your lips well then blot the excess lip balm to prevent greasiness.Step 2: To counteract lip coloring, apply some concealer on the lips

and around the mouth. Blend it with a sponge and apply some compact powder to set the concealer.

This technique helps to conceal the darkness around the lips and also supplies a neutral colour so that the lip color appears brighter and perfect.Step 3: For the Korean lip gradation design, you need to use a lighter shade to draw your lips. So basically, you have to apply a light colour, nearly nude shade on external line and a dark shade on

the inner line

. Here I utilized a naked pinky mauve shade as an external shade and I began with cupid’s bow and then lined my upper along with lower lip line.Step 4: Given that my lips looked dry I again applied the lip balm to obtain that shiny appearance and mixed the mauve shade smoothly to obtain a natural finish.Step 5: Next, I used a purple lipstick on the centre of my lips. I combined it smoothly with a brush. You need to supply the very best pigmentation on the centre to get that perfect look. Here in this tutorial, mixing is the most crucial thing and you need to do it carefully.Step 6: To complete this appearance, I used some more lip balm over the lipstick. This technique assists to offer a great velvety glossy finish. Violet Ombre Lip Makeup Action 1: First, you need to moisturize your

Korean Lip Gradation Tutorial

lips well then blot the excess

Violet Ombre Lip Makeup

lip balm

to avoid greasiness.Step 2: To cancel out lip coloring, apply some concealer on the lips and around the mouth.

Mix it

with a sponge and use some compact powder to set the concealer. This technique assists to conceal the darkness around the lips and also provides a neutral colour so that the lip color appears brighter and perfect.Step 3: For this violet ombre lip makeup, I utilized a light violet and a dark violet lipstick. I used the violet shade to draw my lips as well as contoured my lips with the very same shade. It assists to provide a good structure to the lips.Step 4: Next, I applied the light pinkish violet lipstick on the centre of my lips with a lip brush. I blended the shade with a mixing brush.Step 5: I mixed to matched the tones really

well so that it looks extremely natural. To fix the line, I utilized a compact powder and used it around the lip line.

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