How to: Create Your Own Custom Lip Color

Start by picking the lip products.  I usually do 2-3, but you can do as many as you want.  I wanted to create something that was pinky-coral with a glossy finish.

You will need something to scoop the product out (like a makeup spatula, or I use a metal cuticle pusher) and a lip brush (small concealer brushes will work).

Um, I told you it was easy.  It’s fun to mix glosses with lipsticks (that way your wand doesn’t have to get dirty).  Try it, let me know what you come up with!

What’s your favorite lip combo?

Drink water. Wear SPF.

About/Disclaimer: I am currently a makeup artist in the Kansas City area.  I’m also currently attending school specializing in esthetics. It is my life’s passion to make people look and feel their best! Click here to learn more about me.

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5 thoughts on “How to: Create Your Own Custom Lip Color

  1. The spatula and brush reminds me of my art school days. Personalizing your own color is refreshing and no to mention the huge variety of finishes you can come up with.
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