Lipstick Shapes & You
Wondering why your lipstick ends up flat as a pancake or pressed into a point? Its shape speaks volumes about how you apply color — learn what it means!

You’re probably applying color to your lower lip first, then smacking your lips together to spread color to the top. While this method is handy when you’re without a mirror, it can leave your outer corners bare.
Chances are you’re pressing a lipstick between your two lips and passing it back and forth. Your color is more likely to look uneven and blotchy—this method also makes lipstick prone to breaking off from its base!
You’re probably applying color to both your top and bottom lips evenly!

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