Tuesday, 11 September 2012


So I wasn't born with Angelina Jolie Lips .....grrrrr .. so  what. ??? We can definitely work on to make our lips glow, look plumper and luscious.Lips are  one of the most important part of the face and so needs to taken care and even lip makeup should be done in a right way to get that gorgeous look.So if you have got compliments for your lips consider yourself lucky! ;-)


Here are few tips which may help you.

1.Don't play up the eyes and the mouth Women who wear heavy eye makeup and dark lipstick can look clownish.

2.For "plump" lips, apply liner just outside your natural lip line. Dab a bit of gloss in the middle of your bottom lip.

3.How to apply lipstick? I don't believe in rules to applying lipstick. Some women use special lipstick brushes (pictured here). I own one and never, ever use it. Others use their middle finger (I once said this was a beauty faux pas and got reamed by a reader, I have since changed my mind). Most women apply right from the tube. Choose what's right for you, as long as the color gets on the lips, you're good.

4.Use liner on your lips as a base. Lipstick will last longer if you fill in your lips with the liner first. If you're using light lipstick, try a nude liner. Then slick your lipstick on top.

5.Never use a dark liner with light lipstick. Defined lips are great, but make sure the liner matches the lipstick or gloss. Dark liner and light lips is tacky.

6.Don't test lipstick on your lips. It's just plain unhygienic unless you wipe off the lipstick with a big swipe of a tissue. Even better, test lipstick on your fingertips.

7.Don't throw out a bad color lipstick. Beauty editors know you can create a great lip color by blending lipsticks you don't like. You can also color in lips with a darker liner before applying a lipstick that's too bright

8.Keep lipstick off glass. Discreetly lick your lips before taking a sip from a glass. It works!

9.The older you are, the "creamier" your lips should look. As we age, our lips thin out. Therefore, you should avoid matte and gloss and stick with a creamy lipstick.

10.Not all lipstick shades look good on everyone.Your skin color will determine what shades are right on you. You may like a lipstick on your friend, but it may not look good on 


  1. Thanks surbhi ... am really impressed by your style . Being a mom you have kept your spirit up.. and its not easy to put post with a 5 yr old around :))and i know this . I too have a two n half year old :)