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Oleda On...Living Younger Longer: YOUNGER, FULLER LIPS AT HOME

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Added: Mon. Feb 04, 2013 12:59pm
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Want to make your lips more youthful and fuller (at home) right before your very eyes?  Here’s how the models do it....   

Models were using corrective lip make-up tricks many years before “show business or Hollywood” started overdoing, filling lips with silicone - some looking like a duck in profile. Corrective lip make-up for fuller lips is not difficult to master…it’s a matter of know-how and practice. You will know how after you read this column. Just practice a few times before you actually go out on the town with your new, glamorous lips.
Note: Please…If you decide to have your lips made fuller with silicone, tell the doctor you do not want your moneys’ worth…don’t overdo it.


*Two shades of Lipstick, one a little lighter than the other with NO shimmer. *A Lip Liner Pencil A little darker than the darker lipstick. *A Lip Gloss medium shine with no shimmer.

Below you will find step-by-step instructions using my model makeup tricks to achieve fuller looking lips. It is not difficult to master and can be very glamorous and alluring.  This is how I “develop” my fuller lips.  

1) Apply lipstick normally, using your full lip line…blot lightly. 

2) Next, take the lip liner pencil and lightly blend the pencil color around your lips’ edges and into the lipstick, making sure to cover the full edge of your lip line…even going over the edge ever-so-slightly. Do not just make a dark line around the lips with your pencil….smudge or blend the two colors together so there is no line of demarcation between the lipstick and lip pencil. Do not put the lip liner color all over the lips. The trick is to have the outer part of the lips appear darker than the middle of the lips.  The consistency of the lip liner pencil is most important. A medium consistency not too hard or too soft will make the application so much easier.  Make sure the pencil has a point.

3) If you want/need to add more of the original lipstick now is the time to do it. After that, apply a lighter shade of lipstick to the middle INSIDE of the bottom lip only, taking care not to cover the entire bottom lip itself with this second color. The lighter inside bottom lip color gives it a fuller, puffier look.  

4) Blot your lips lightly and  carefully then lightly powder over the outside edges …go ahead, don’t be afraid. The powder will hide your secret, since a shiny outside edge reflects light, calling attention to your lip art …the powder camouflages it.

5) If you like a subtle gloss, now is the time to apply it but do not apply it on the lip line as it will expose your fuller lip secret.

If your lips are too full or wide, you can follow the above information, but bring the lipstick and lip pencil just INSIDE the lip line.  Do you like it? I bet you do.

For full model makeup school click here: http://www.oleda.com/makeupschool/



Biography: Oleda Baker, now 78, began her career as a high fashion model with the prestigious Wilhelmina Model Agency, in New York City. She is the author of ten books on beauty, health and anti-aging and one novel Reluctant Goddess. She is founder and CEO of Oleda and Company, Inc., her 40-year-old anti-aging products company for skin, hair, diet, energy, nutritional supplement products as well as special makeup (www.oleda.com). Oleda is also a visionary artist. Her oil paintings are exhibited in museums and galleries around the country (www.oledaart.com). Find her on Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/oleda.baker.

  • Posted 3:32pm February 6th, 2013

    Yes Ginger, the blending of the lipliner and lipstick makes it more natural looking. Thanks for writing. Oleda

  • Posted 2:57pm February 6th, 2013

     Thanks for the tip!  I was ALMOST doing it right

     I was putting the lip liner on first, instead of the lipstick first, then the liner.  Your way makes a lot more sense. 

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