So! On the topic is Makeup, we will be looking at Lip Liner today.

Because makeup can be a jungle to wrap your head around, we are doing this series, and we are looking closely at different types of makeup products; what it is & does, what types exist, and if you need it & when you should use it.

Today our focus is all on Lip Liner

You can also choose to watch my video about lip liner on my YouTube channel. It is right here:

WHAT IS IT & WHAT DOES IT DO

A lip liner is a makeup product made in the form of a pencil and has the purpose of lining your lips before applying lipstick.

You can either line around your lips with it so that you get clean edges on your lipstick, fill your lips with it (if you find it easier to use than a lipstick), or make a gradient look with the choice of colouring for the lip liner and lipstick.

If you line your lips, it can be easier to put the lipstick on (just draw inside the line), but you can also give your lips a makeover by making them look, fuller, bigger, pointier, or rounder.

WHAT TYPES EXIST

Lip liner in general comes in one form – the pencil form.

It is possible to get in every single colour out there; you just have to look for it.

DO YOU NEED IT & WHEN SHOULD YOU USE IT

You do not need lip liner at all, and it is honestly one of the makeup products that I use the least.

It can be good to use if you like makeup and are going for a specific type of look where you need your lips to perhaps be another shape than they actually are.

If you choose to use it, I would say you should put it on after your face makeup, and before your lipstick/gloss. It does not matter if you put it on before or after your eye makeup.

If there is some type of makeup you would like explained, tell me in the comments and we will get to it.

I hope you all have a happy life, one day at a time!

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