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Professional stylist Susan Bigsby shows you how to apply a lipstick base that will make your lipstick last for hours.
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How to Put on Lipstick
Hello, on behalf of TVLesson.com, I'm a professional stylish Susan Bigsby with SusanBigsby.com.
One of the biggest problems that my clients seem to have is keeping their lipstick on. Finding a lipstick that sticks is really challenging for most people. In the first place, what a lot of women don’t understand is really they have to have lips in order for it to stay on not all those little skinny ones that are actually a part of your mouth.
So your lips need to be a part of your face for that long lasting look. May I give you some tips and go to the mirror and show you how to do a little bit better application in helping your lipstick lasts longer.
First of all, put a primer like a concealer over your lip area. That way, you can ensure that the lipstick that you want to wear is actually going to be the color that appears in the tube, not only that, it gives your lips a foundation to which the lipstick can adhere. Now, if you just going to apply a gauze, it tends as hours it's not going to last too long. But I go the whole gamut and do two of lip liners, a lipstick and a gauze and my lipstick never wears off.
First of all, using natural color, and tighten your lip and the ceramic right along there. See how easily that applies when you have a foundation. And when you apply lip liner to the upper lip, use the center of your nose and form your cupid full and extend. I immediately follow that with the color that matches my lipstick. See how easy that is and it's not too bright when you put that neutral color underneath. Then I just use my lipstick directly from the tube but the key is not to use a lipstick that’s too shiny or greasy. You want a little bit creamier dryer formula and really put it on. Don’t just give it a couple of swipes. Put your gloss over the top, press once. Voila! This lipstick isn't coming off for hours.
On behalf of TVLesson.com, I'm Susan Bigsby. Thanks for watching.