The No. 1 Fall Makeup Trend -- And How to Pull It Off
Is gloss your go-to? Not sure you can pull off the bold new lip trends for fall? Let this be your guide
• Choose a lip liner that is the closest match to your lipstick or gloss shade. If you are wearing a shade that is very transparent, use a transparent lip liner around the outer edge of the lips (we like Too Faced Borderline Smoothing Anti-Feathering Lip Pencil, $18.50). This will help your lipstick stay on but won't show as a hard line under your lip color.
• If you are wearing an opaque color, fill in your lips with a matching lip liner for maximum color. If you are wearing a sheerer color, line the edge of your lip line and use a brush to gently smudge the liner into your natural lip color. This should help give you a crisp lip line without looking like you drew it in pen.
• Apply an even layer of lipstick (or gloss) starting in the center of the lips and blending out toward the edges of your lips. Use a lip brush for maximum precision with bright or dark colors.