How to Make a Gradient Lip Makeup in Blue Tones

In this master class, we'll look at how to do itVery interesting lip makeup, where the color will smoothly change from black to blue, from blue to white. This option, of course, is not suitable for the daily image, but for a photo shoot under a certain theme will be what you need. Also, under a certain image, such lips are suitable for a costume party for Halloween, New Year, etc. But there is one option when such lips are appropriate for going to a club or another party - if it is done in natural shades.

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To create such a make-up of lips, the watercolor of Make up Atelier Paris was used.

This gradient is very easy to paint. The main thing is to stock up a few comfortable in the job lip brushes and patience. If you decide to make a gradient lips, it means make-up on the eyes and the whole face is done. This means that a tone is applied to the area around the lips and we again cover them with a light layer, and then fix it with powder. This is necessary in order to keep the textures longer.

The only nuance, if you want to apply a matte texture or watercolor, it is better to pre-moisturize your lips with balsam.

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Let's start with black color, since leaving itBehind it will be easier and not so "scary" to work further. If you work in watercolor, then the brush should be soaked, then get soaked in a napkin and then type the color.

Draw on the side with which you are comfortable. Divide your lips visually into three equal sectors. Each sector has its own color. First we trace the lip contour, leaving the shattered end within the sector for black color. Then fill the space with watercolor. We achieve a smooth feathering.

Please note that you still need to go outFor the contour of the lips only 1-2 mm. If the lips are thin, then leave the contour for 2-3 mm. Also, if the lips are different in thickness, then try to adjust them, decreasing and adding where you need the width.

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We also do the same on the other side with white color in the intended sector. It's okay if the tulle comes a bit further.

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Now we will work with the third color,Which will create a gradient. For convenience, you can divide the center of the lips with a line and stew first to the white side, and then to the black side. In this way we will achieve on both sides of pure color. First we put the blue color on the middle, then smoothly distribute it to the corners of the lips, not leading them. Due to a damp brush, the stamping will be easier.

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Again, dial blue and tushuem from the middle to the corner of the lips. We try to evenly distribute the blue color both on the left and on the right.

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As a result, on the center we put a pure blue color and quite a bit of it tushuem in different directions. By this we will achieve the desired blue depth.

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Next, you can cover your lips with glossy shineTo give volume and additional moisturizing, as the watercolor will slightly dry the lips. In order to make a persistent version of this make-up of lips, it is best to paint them with persistent lipsticks.

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