[Tutorial] Korean Gradient Lips

This kind of gradient “just-bitten look” lips became very popular lately. It’s popular with the “Ulzzang” look  (be honest, I’m not really so in to Korean-look haha)…or inspired by Korean drama actress. Follow my tutorial below, and I guarantee you will get a pretty-healthy-just-bitten-look-lips. Lets start!

korean-gradient-lips-tutorial

What you need:
– lip balm
– BB/CC cream
– nude lipstick
– red lip tint/lipstick
– cotton buds/applicator
– mirror

1. MOISTURE
Wear lip balm to keep your bare lips stay moisturized and looks healthy. (To avoid dry or chapped lips problem, use it daily!)

2. CONCEAL
a). Take a very very little amount of BB/CC cream on your finger, then put it around your lip line (make some little dots around it). BB/CC cream will help you to conceal dark lines around your lips. This will help if you have slightly dark & pigmented lips just like me.

b). Blend the BB/CC cream, use your finger.

3. BASE COLOR
Wear nude-shades lipstick (any brand you have, use the one which very close to your skin tone).

4. GRADIENT COLOR
Wear lip tint or lipstick in red shades. Put it carefully into your lower lip’s inner line, you can use cotton buds to put make some red dots on it or you can just simply use lipstick applicator.

5. BLEND
Smack your lips, so the red shades will blend naturally and makes a gradient look.

6. VOILA
Now you have the perfect “just-bitten look” healthy lips as seen on K-Drama. 😉

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