Applying makeup to your lips should be your last step when applying makeup. For a balanced makeup application, when the emphasis is on your eyes, opt for a less intense lip, and vice versa.
A plumped, smooth, and colorful mouth has always been synonymous with youth and beauty. Because the lips lack sebaceous glands, they are very delicate and dry out easily so they require specific hydration and protection.
Fine lines that appear in the area around your lips may cause your lipstick or gloss not to wear as well. To help it hold, apply to the area around the lips, and then powder over.
If the lips themselves are dry and chapped, it can impede makeup application. Before applying a lipstick or gloss, you must take care of dry or damaged lips by regularly applying Nutritive Lip Balm , a nourishing and reparative balm with a plumping effect.
The application of a lip liner allows you to define or redraw the shape of your lips and prevent lipstick from bleeding.
Remember to sharpen your lip liner prior to use. Then, apply it by starting at the center of your top lip line while following the natural lip line toward the corners of your mouth. Trace the lower lip the same way, moving from the center of the lip line toward the corners.
If your lips are thin, trace them on the outer side of the natural lip line. Conversely, if your lips are very full, make the line on the inner side of the lip line.
Always remember to choose a shade of lip liner as close as possible to your lipstick.
Apply lipstick to lips inside the area you have drawn with your liner, working from the center of the upper lip toward the corner in a smoothing motion. Repeat on the lower lip. If necessary, reapply a bit of the product over the lips to ensure even distribution of the pigment.
For brilliant, plumped lips, choose the Phyto-Lip Shine line of lipsticks. If you want to achieve a more intense, long-wearing color, opt for the Hydrating Long Lasting Lipstick .
Gloss is generally applied by itself, directly on the lips. Nevertheless, for better definition and longer wear, you can line the contour of your lips or fill them in with liner before applying gloss. For more coverage and shine, try applying a lipstick first.
Gloss is applied to the entire lip or just in the center to create more volume.
For an ultra-shiny “mirror” effect, choose Phyto-Lip Gloss , a gloss that plumps, hydrates, and smoothes your lips. With its innovative texture, it is absolutely non-sticky. This line of glosses is made up of 7 fresh and natural shades.
If you are looking for a natural, sheer look, with a long wearing, comfortable texture, you may opt for Phyto-Lip Eclat .
Phyto-Lip Star is a shimmery, glamorous, and festive gloss with an extreme shine. Its texture is imperceptible on the lips and is non-sticky, with a delicious, lightly fruity taste.