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daquee101 Wed 11-Jan-17 16:20:51

Does this suit me? Never worn make up really , and quite keen to start adding some colour. Just whacked this on in boots! Thanks smile

Chipsandonionrings Wed 11-Jan-17 16:22:17

I like it

Lottapianos Wed 11-Jan-17 16:26:46

Very nice! Which lipstick is it?

If you're new to strongly coloured lipstick, it can take a bit of getting used to. I had a few days of jumping every time I looked in the mirror! But stick with it and you will get to love it

daquee101 Wed 11-Jan-17 16:30:12

It's a Max Factor one , Cant remember the colour. Didn't buy it as was in a rush but will probably go back to get it!!

daquee101 Wed 11-Jan-17 16:31:01

My way of doing it , is literally just Nivea lip balm stick to moisturise and then smear the lipstick on and hope for the best !

leedy Wed 11-Jan-17 16:33:02

It's lovely!

BusterGonad Wed 11-Jan-17 17:45:53

It suits you for sure, maybe if you get it invest in the lip liner too that way it will always look neat.

bojorojo Wed 11-Jan-17 18:32:16

Yes it does suit you. I think you would also look good wearing a strong dusky pink like Smashbox Bad Mood. My daughter who has your hair colouring likes deeper reds, especially for evening.

jeaux90 Wed 11-Jan-17 20:45:50

Nice!! Have you tried the black grape lip gloss by Clinique? I reckon that would look lovely with your colouring

GOhara Wed 11-Jan-17 20:47:51

Lovely!!

daquee101 Wed 11-Jan-17 20:53:58

Keep the suggestions coming guys! It's got good staying power too, need to investigate lip liner , never used it before. Was never taught how to do makeup therefore don't really wear it much!

LoupGarou Wed 11-Jan-17 21:07:10

I love Benefit's Benetint and Posie tint, I build up the layers to deepen the colour and then add a smidge of Vaseline on top. The colour lasts all day on me.

LoupGarou Wed 11-Jan-17 21:07:38

And yes, that colour looked great on you.

BusterGonad Thu 12-Jan-17 03:51:08

Gently line you lips all over with a matching liner, get one from the same range as it will more than likely have a similar shade, line all over and fill in, pop your lipstick on and then just check the edges are neat, if not pop your liner around again. It's easy, maybe practice at home first. With lipsticks the colours you are drawn too naturally suit you, I find anyway, and if not who cares? It's fun and a good confidence booster.

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