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In this Adobe Photoshop CS3 tutorial, learn how to give a photographed woman a quick makeover by applying lipstick to her ...
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In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to apply lipstick. So go ahead and zoom up on the lips, you can get a good look. The first thing you’re going to want to do is you are going to want to select your brush tool and select a brush that’s small enough that you can comfortably fit in the lips and choose a soft brush. And for the opacity, go ahead and set this to 20%. This will give you a much more natural look instead of a big block of color over the lips. You don’t want it to look like clown lips. Then go ahead and choose a color for the lips. Click on okay when you have the color you want to use. And then you’re simply going to go over the lips with that color. And you can see, since I set my opacity so low, I get just a very nice lipstick that really blends in with the natural lip. And you want to take some time and do the top lip as well. For these purposes, I’m just going to do the bottom lip. And if you make any mistakes, now is the time to use the eraser tool and to fix those mistakes.
You’re then going to use the smudge tool and you’re going to set the strength at 50%. And then, you’re going to simply use the smudge tool to blend in the lipstick even more to give you an even more natural look. Now when you’re finished, you could go ahead and scroll out. And of course, this is some bright lipstick and if I would have done the same on the top lipstick, it will look a little bit better. But that’s the quickest and easiest way how you can simply apply a little bit of lipstick to a lip in a picture.