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Rule # 1: The secret is in the rest of your faceThe paler the skin, the more pop. Go light on the eyes and redness, or you may look like a clownRule # 2: Line the inside of the lipsRed lipstick tends to bleed, to fill the lips with lip liner first, suggests makeup artist Ashunta sheriff in Harper's Bazaar.Rule # 3: Choose the right colorIf your complexion is pink, you'll look better in plum shades, while girls with yellow tones are flattered by warmer reds that have a brown background, according to celebrity makeup artist Jemma Kidd Harper . A great color on almost everyone MAC "Blaze" pictured here.Rule 4: Do not let nails clashWe prefer not red nail polish when you go red on the lips. A color transparent varnish or light is cold, dark and Polish is a trend that shows no signs go away anytime soon. If you want to go red on the nails, make sure the color matches your lips.Rule # 5: Blending isNo make-up stick with a shade of lipstick all, they tend to mix a bit to create the perfect color. If you purchased a lipstick shade that is too light, dark or otherwise, please do not. Instead, experiment with shades of lipstick you have on hand to create the perfect shade of red.
See pages and pages of lipstick luxury brands like Chanel brands for good-but-cheaper such as Revlon and Cover Girl (I'm partial to MAC).Rule # 6: Choose lighter shades if you are elderlyOur lips thin as we age and lips dark may accentuate them. To keep lips looking too severe, try a pink or red to completely avoid red lips and opt for a neutral tint, playing up your eyes instead. More on lipstick: