Tube lip gloss, formulated to provide a thicker coverage, a richer look than our wand glosses, these give your lips some attitude and leave your lips feeling moisturized. Ranging from medium to high pigmentation so you can use these without lipstick and still get full, thick coverage!
High quality with color that stay true
Smooth texture that blend easily
Easy to apply with its tube tip applicator
Nourishing formula that softens and soothes
Gloss with Lip liner
Apply the lip liner first. Choose a color that is a little bit darker than the Gloss that you've chosen to apply. Apply the lip liner on your natural lip line & the Gloss that you chose on the rest of the lips. This will make the center of your lips look as if they're more prominent, which will make them look bigger. To achieve the same results you can also make the lip liner line little bit thicker. For a softer look, do the same but apply the Lip liner at the end of the application. That will make the Lip liner line look more blended without visibly seeing the lip liner line.
Gloss with Lipstick
Apply the Lipstick by using the pointed side of the Lipstick & follow your natural lip line, and make that line thinner. Then, use the flat side of your Lipstick and apply it next to the thin line, but not all over the lips. When you're done, apply Gloss only in the middle of your lips, top and bottom.
Gloss with Lip Stain
Lip Stain is a gloss that dries into a matte lipstick. You want to apply the lip stain first, using the head of the wand as a lip liner. Follow & frame your natural lip line. Apply to the rest of your lip area with a lip stain by using the flat side of the wand. When the lip stain dries, apply the Gloss all over or only in the middle of your lips. You can also use lip liner instead of the lip stain in the first step to create more definition.
* You can add a white pencil, foundation or concealer that's lighter than your skin tone to all these applications to make your lips look bigger.
Choose which product you're going to use: white pencil, foundation or concealer. Apply it right above & around your natural lip line. Blend the light line with a makeup sponge or lip brush. Make sure that it's still lighter than the rest, but not too obvious. The light around your lips will give the illusion as if your lips are more prominent & more full.
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