If you’re like me, you like to play with your color choices and mix and match for new shade variations.
When applying LipSense, apply three thin coats, allowing 10-15 seconds between each layer for drying time. Here are some things to consider when mixing LipSense colors.
- Choose “Matte” colors for bottom layers. Matte colors are more opaque and offer full coverage. They are great for base colors.
- “Shimmers” and “Frosts” are better as top layers since they are sometimes more sheer and light reflective.
- Consider using a darker shade of LipSense on the outer edges of your lips for a soft gradation of color. This can make smaller lips appear more full. This can be done instead of lip liners for a more subtle look.
- Almost any shade can be softened and toned down with an application of sand gloss. It is a warm gloss that can tone down a bright color. If you find a color too bright, you have some options. Add a lighter top coat of another color and sand gloss.
The possibilities are endless. All colors and shades can be adjusted with a little color-mixing. I’d love to hear about your favorite LipSense recipes.