Too thin lips - Increase the thickness by covering a little of the area outside the lips in a gradual, curving line, on the upper and lower lips. See to it that you follow the natural curve of the lips while applying. Use lighter shades.
Thin upper lip:
Extend the lipstick in a gradual curve on the upper lip only, and to the extent of which it gets balanced with the lower lip.
Very full mouth with tight corners:
Increase the width of the upper and lower sides in a gradual, natural curve. Use lighter shades.
Thin lower lip:
Increase the thickness of the lower lip by extending the lipstick beyond the lower lip in a natural curve.
Sharp bow mouth with narrow corners:
Round up the sharp arch of the bow, and widen along the sides of the upper and lower lip to avoid a sharp curve.
Large, full lips:
Keep lipstick inside the lips. Keep the corners sharp and neat. Use darker shades.
Extend the corners and apply outside the lips. Use lighter shades.
Lift the corners of the mouth. Use darker shades.
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