Start by outlining your lips with lip liner, going slightly above the natural contour on the Cupid's bow and the midpoint of the lower lip. Then colour in your entire lips with lip liner or lipstick and finish with a gloss or lip plumper.
Extra tip: As a general rule, it's best to avoid darker shades as they can make your lips look thinner and smaller.
There are several options here. The easiest is to apply lip liner under your lipstick. Matte lipsticks can be set with translucent powder to make them last longer.
We recommend using a freshly sharpened lip liner to precisely outline your lips. Then fill in with lipstick and blot with a tissue. This helps to remove any excess product so it doesn't end up on your teeth. Sharpen your lip liner before use and start at your Cupid's bow, working your way outwards.
Tip the lip liner before use, starting at the cupid's bow. Then contour your lips from the centre outwards.
Do your lips tend to be dry? Then you should apply a lip conditioner on a regular basis and also use a lip scrub once or twice a week. In addition, you can also use a nourishing Lip Balm or Lip Oil.
All lavera lip products contain nourishing ingredients and provide long-term protection against drying out. Still want to play it safe? Then opt for creamy textures or gloss.
For a weightless feel, carefully dab on your matte lipstick. For longer wear, you can also apply some lip liner under your lipstick.
For optimal colour and shine, it should be applied generously. For longer wear and to avoid smudging, you can also use lip liner.
Your lip liner should be either slightly darker or the same colour as your lipstick. Of course, you can also choose whatever shade you want and then apply a subtle shimmery gloss.