I’ve been really liking this lip look lately – application is relatively more complex than just smearing a layer of lip color on, but the end result is simply effortless sexy with a touch of innocence. If you think the look of perfectly defined lips is too serious and grown-up, then this tutorial might help you to achieve a baby-like sexy pout which has been dominating in the Japanese and Korean beauty magazines.
The main product featured in this post is the Chanel Rouge Allure Velvet 42 L’eclatante from the Spring 2013 Collection. I actually have purchased quite a lot of products from this collection and loving them all! Since there have already been tons of reviews available on the internet, I thought I’ll share my takes on how I wear them in my tutorial/fotd posts. The color of this lipstick is absolutely to-die for – you know you are wearing a beautiful lip color when there are girls on the street stopping you and asking for the shade number! It can look quite bright if applied directly from the tubes, and I normally like to apply it with either my fingers or a lip brush to tone down the color, and finish with some lip balm/gloss otherwise it can make my lips look flakey and dry.
4. Use a bright pink lipstick (about 3-4 shades brighter than the lip pencil), apply the color from the centre of lips outward but do not go over the lip lines. The key is to use your finger or a lip brush to blend out the harsh edge for a gradient effect.
Finished look with the beautiful Chanel Rouge Allure Velvet 42 L’eclatante
Before and After
1. Sarah Happ Lip Scrub in Blood Orange Flavour – my HG lip exfoliator
2. Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage with Becca Concealer Brush
3. Sportsgirl Lip Pencil
4. Chanel Rouge Allure Velvet 42 L’eclatante (LE) from the 2013 Spring Collection
5. Lancome Juicy Tubes in Marshmallow with Becca Lip Brush