Red lipstick? How to make it look great

From Madonna, Grace Kelly, Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Charlize Theron to Jennifer Lopez, are some of the celebrities who love red lipstick. You too can wear it with these tricks!

Red lipstick How to make it look great

Red lipstick is a look that anyone can wear. There are classic shades like Rubi Woo or MAC’s Russian Red, which Madonna wore during her “Blond Ambition” tour and lasted all night. Grace Kelly was a faithful devotee of Rouge Dior, a red so classic that she even wore it on her wedding day to the Prince of Monaco; As for Jennifer Lopez, she opted for a L’Oreal Paris lipstick for the MET Gala in 2011.

Conclusion? It’s a foolproof shade that looks good on anyone, of course, as long as you know which shade to choose and how to apply it.

Whether you wear it for a formal event or for every day, the trick to wearing it with confidence and showing it off a lot is that the way you apply your lipstick is flawless. Therefore, we leave you the best tips to wear red lipstick.

The first thing you need to do is choose the shade of red that complements your skin tone and eye color. Brighter reds look better against darker skin tones, and more classic reds can make your smile look brighter and teeth whiter. But orange hues look great with a tan. So based on this make sure you have your right tone because it will depend on this whether it really looks good or not.

It’s also important to think about the finish you want: matte, gloss, satin, etc. The possibilities are endless and your lips will look amazing while projecting confidence. Now yes, since you have your lipstick it is time to apply it. These three easy steps will help you make your lipstick perfect.

Step 1:

Line your lips with a pencil in the same shade as your lipstick, or you can use a thin brush and your own lipstick. Focus on keeping your movements short and smooth for more control.

Step 2:

Don’t forget to create a base to make sure that the perfect lipstick shade lasts much longer. Do it by filling in with the same pencil, starting in the center of your lower lip, and veil moving towards the corners; this will make your lipstick last longer and prevent staining.

Step 3:

Use your lipstick without fear; Finish filling in the missing spaces. Makeup artist Pat McGrath advises that you “push, press and drag the lipstick” for the best results. If you make a mistake, don’t panic! Well, you can solve it: take your concealer and draw a thin line with a brush on the stain, wait for it to dry, and blend.

Finally, you can apply a little translucent powder on your lips or a setting spray to ensure that your lipstick stays put throughout the day.

Now you have no excuses not to wear that red lipstick that you want so much. Dare yourself!

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Written by Sapna Verma

Linguist-translator by education. I have been working in the field of advertising journalism for over 10 years.

For over 7 years in journalism. Half of them are as editor. My weakness is doing mini-investigations on new topics.

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