How to Create Ombre Lips The Easy Way

The Ombre lip is a hot beauty trend right now. The color graduation of Ombre lips gives the illusion of fuller plumper more-kissable lips.

The effect is created using a technique where a light color lipstick is applied at the center of the closed mouth and then a darker shade or shades are applied around the light shade and out to the edge of the mouth line. You need two or more shades of lipstick and steady control to get it right.

OR you can use Avon’s new Flat Two-Tone Lipstick!

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Flat Two-Tone Lipstick

Avon’s Flat Two-Tone Lipstick allows you to create a perfect Ombre lip in one stroke. It glides on smoothly and blends easily for a lasting shiny gloss finish.

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Flat Two-Tone Lipstick by Avon comes in six shades of complementary combinations including, Orange Meets Red, Pink Delight, Brown Effect, Double Up Pink, Beige Effect, and Purple With Beige.

WHY YOU’LL LOVE AVON’S FLAT TWO-TONE LIPSTICK
• Unique flat square shape for precise application
• Lasting shiny gloss finish
• Smooth application and blends easily
• Vivid shades with complementary combinations
• Paraben-free

HOW TO CREATE OMBRE LIPS THE EASY WAY USING AVON’S FLAT TWO-TONE LIPSTICK

Swipe the lips with the two-tone dual color using even pressure in one stroke. When doing your top lip, keep the darker shade side of the lipstick towards the top. Flip the lipstick when doing your bottom lip so that the darker half of the lipstick is now at the bottom. Then, you can either blend, or wear as is.

For a deeper, even fuller, effect you can use a lip liner at the outer edges of the mouth first.

CLICK TO BUY FLAT TWO-TONE LIPSTICK AT AVON

Wishing you a beautiful day,

Your Online Avon Lady, Robin S.

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