There’s a trend in beauty parlors across Europe and the US to create your own lipsticks using your own ingredients.
But how to do it?
Read moreHere are the tips for getting started with the craft of lip art.1.
Pick a colour and a base for your lipstick I like the colour orange because it gives the formula a bit of depth and makes it easier to work with.
You can also use a darker base, like green or yellow.
I used a very pale shade of orange for my first colour, and it worked out beautifully.
Start with the base and add some lip balm or lip glosses The easiest way to start is to start with a base colour and add a base lip colour.
I used a deep purple base for my base, and a lighter shade of brown to add a bit more depth.
Add a glitter and a glaze to your lipstick to create a sparkle Glow in the dark is really the easiest way of doing this.
I applied glitter to my lips with a light base and added a small amount of colour to give it a sparkly shine.
Add some colour to your lip You can also add a little colour to the top of your lips to add sparkle and sparkle, as long as it doesn’t overpower the colour of your lipstick.
For my first lipstick, I used the base colour of the colour on the outer lips, but I also added some colour and glitter to the inner lips and on the tips of my lashes.
Use the brush and a brush brush to create an arch You might think you need to apply a brush to a lipstick to make it arch, but it’s actually a bit easier to do with the brush.
Create a ‘glamour’ effect Glamour is a term for how you make a face look and a word for an image.
It’s not just about how the colour and the colour colour of a lipstick looks.
It also relates to the shape of the lip.
For a lipstick that looks like a smile, you can use a brush and make the lips arch and curl in a funny way.
Add colour to lips Lip glosses have a bit different texture than lipsticks.
If you’re using lip balms, you might need to add colour to them to give them a glimmery look.
For this, you’ll need to brush a base and colour into the base of the lipstick.
Create an arch and swirl If your lipstick looks like it’s made of glitter, you may want to add glitter to it to make the lipstick look like it glows.
Create arch and a shimmer If there’s glitter in the base, you want it to give a shimmery effect to the lipstick, so you’ll probably want to put some glitter on top of it. 10.
Add glitter to lips for a sparkles When you create a glittery lipstick, you don’t want to be afraid of the glitter, because it’s part of the base.
Add lip colour to make lips shimmer Lips that are glittery don’t look glittery, so adding some colour on top to give the lip colour a glinty effect is very easy.
Add nail polish to make lipstick sparklesThe first time I used nail polish, I was amazed at how easy it was to create sparkles on my lips.
Use a nail polish brush to apply glitter To make glittery lips, you should use a nail brush and apply a glitter.
Add shimmer to lips with glitter When glitter is on your lips, it gives them a little more sparkle.
Add an arch to lips and swirls If glitter is added to the lip and a smiley face, you could add an arch on the lips.
This looks more dramatic, but the lipstick looks prettier too.
Make lipstick sparkly and glistening with nail polish If nail polish is glittery on your lip, it might look too glittery for your lips.
Make the lip glittery by using a nail varnish.
Add polish to lips to create glittery glisten Gloss on lips can be a little tricky to achieve.
You’ll want to do a bit with the tip of the brush to make a glistful effect on your lipstick, and then apply a polish over the lipstick to give more colour.
Add sparkle to lips using a polish brush You’ll need a polish for the base colours, and some glitter to add to the lips, and glitter on the tip.
Add colours to lips without using a brush or nail polishThe only time you can’t use a paintbrush or a nail-polish brush to add colours is when you want to create arch or swirls