My Ombré Lips

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One word.

Ombré.

Oh my goodness, I have been utterly obsessed with ombré lips for quite a while now and I am so in love with them.

You can create so many beautiful colour combinations that make your lips look more full, plump and 3D.

I found most of my inspiration on Pinterest and YouTube and added my own personal twist.

Want to see?

  

This pretty in pink lip is so delicate! I started by outlining my lips with a pink/ nude liner and filled in the outer corners with the same colour. Then using a light dusky pink lipstick I applied this to the centre of my lips keeping the colour to the middle. 

After a few minutes of some good old fashioned lip smacking, you should have a perfectly blended and flawless ombré.

   

 
I used exactly the same technique for this tropical paradise look. I applied the hot pink liner first then a bright orange lipstick.

 This look really reminds me of ice lollys! Perfect for summer evenings!

  

Bring back the 90’s!

Beige and brown. Yum. This look is nice and natural and brings back the nineties grunge era. I love the how the colours blend effortlessly together  and look heavenly!

   

  
Rock n roll.

Black and red go so well together. This is a glamorous look that would look great for night out paired with a little black dress and a stunning clutch.

If you want to soften this look, change the black to a deep red.
And that, my lovelies is it! I hope you all get some inspiration from this little post!

 Which one is your favourite? 

(Mine is the pretty in pink.)

Let me know what you think in the comments below!

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