- Start off by applying the lighter lipstick to the entire lip as you normally would. This is the time where you can overline your lips if you want to.
- Apply the red/darker lipstick in the inner parts of the lips, near the opening of the mouth.
- Using your finger, gently rub on the part where the red and light lipstick meet to blend both the colours together seamlessly. Do not overblend the red part too much or the colour will start to fade.
- You can leave it at that, or apply a clear lip gloss on top for a glossy finish. To keep it more natural looking, I opted for no lip gloss.
- Start off by applying the tint in the inner parts of your lips, near the opening of your mouth. Dab the product on the insides of the lips and blend with your fingers. You could even stop here if you don’t like glossy lips!
- Using your lipgloss, apply all over lips but try your best to avoid the tinted parts.
- If you have streaks in the fine lips of your lips, blend it out using your finger to smooth the lip gloss application.
That’s how I usually do my Korean gradient lips, and I found myself creating the gradient lips in my car every morning (yes it’s so fast and easy that I do it in the car… parked, of course!!). I think this lip trend is gorgeous and anyone can pull it off! If you’re looking for a look that can make your face look softer and brighter in almost no time at all, then definitely try out this lip look to see if you like it! 🙂