Stunning Two-Tone Lip Looks, Because one color just isn't enough sometimes #lipstick
1. A Sexy Ombré Black-to-Red Lip:
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2. Scarlet on Top, Citrus on The Bottom:
Mix up a red lip by swiping an orange-y peach hue over your bottom lip. These two shades live in the same color family, so while you can tell you aren't wearing the same colors on your lips, the difference between them isn't that severe. (Orange you glad you switched up your signature look?) Try: Dior Diorific Lipstick in Ruby Red, $36, and Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain in Rendezvous, a peachy orange shade.
3. A Fuchsia That Fades to Black:
After you've layered a fuchsia base color, like CoverGirl Lip Perfection Lipstick in Tempt, $7, onto your lips, dab some black lipstick, like Ka'Oir Lipstick in Night, $17, onto the center of them by pursing your lips first, and then patting the darker color in the middle. If you don't have a black lipstick handy, run a non-toxic black eye liner, like Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in Zero, $19, over your fingertip instead.
4. A Rich Red That Bleeds Into Black:
With this badass red-to-black look, rinse and repeat the above steps — just substitute your fuchsia formula for a red one.
5. Dusty Rose on Top, Rose Red on the Bottom:
Obsessed is the only word that comes to mind while looking at this two-tone lip. Apply a dusty rose hue over your top lip, like ELF Cosmetics Studio Matte Lip Color in Tea Rose, $8, and a crimson color on your bottom lip., such as NARS Red Lizard, $26.