Hey tastemakers, this one’s for you! Ombré, with its gorgeous slow fade from dark to light, has found its way from fashion to hair color and ended up smack on your lips! It’s not just a trendy look though, it’s actually a really pretty effect that highlights your top lip, bringing all of the attention there. And there’s something a little effortless and less “done up” about not having your bottom lip as dark as your top lip. Anyway, I’m loving it lately and wanted to share the easiest way to re-create it yourself.
- Paint your top lip with any lip color. I used MAC Pro Longwear Lip Creme in Faithfully Yours with my favorite flat lip brush.
- Smack your lips together to press the lip creme unto the top half of the bottom lip.
- Smear the bottom edge with a Q-tip.
- Paint the top lip again so it’s one shade darker.
That’s it! You can finish it with a coat of clear gloss if you love the look of a shiny lip.Tags: amy nadine, balm, beauty, blog, DIY, do it yourself, easy, fun, gloss, how to, lauren conrad, lip, lip gloss, lipstick, make up, makeup, ombre, pretty, spring, stain, style, the beauty department, thebeautydepartment.com, tip, tips, trend, tutorial