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VIDEO: How To Get Ombre Lips ft Maybelline Lip Gradation Lip Pencils






VIDEO: How To Get Ombre Lips ft Maybelline Lip Gradation Lip Pencils


Hola Chicas! If you follow me on Instagram you would know that I am infatuated obsessed with Ombre lips... Though I like to call them "Just Bitten" lips ;) You know... Let your imagination run wild a little... Just a little :)





So I won't really go into a detailed review only because I have already reviewed the Maybelline Lip Gradation Pencils in PINK1 and MAUVE1... All am gonna do in this post is swatch FUCHSIA1 for you guys and then straightaway take you all to the video tutorial that illustrates how you can get a killer pair of Ombre Lips...




So Fuchsia1 is a gorgeous fuchsia (duh!) and as compared to Pink1 is deeper, bolder and definitely more  fun :) If Pink1 screams youth then Fuchsia1 is all about womanly charms... If I was given an option to pick one of the two shades, then I would for sure go with Fuchsia1...








Here's a comparison swatch...


How To Get Ombre Lips



Comments

  1. Looks really nice. I tried it with the mauve shade, the ombre effect didn't come out so well.

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    1. The Mauve shade doesn't come out well in an ombre effect. It didn't work for me either :( I think it would work best for beauties with very pale skin and probably very pale lips...
      Mauve1 looks like MLBB on me :P

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