How to Choose the Perfect Match Lip Liner for Your Lip Gloss Lipstick Lip Color
Did you know that the main purpose of lip liner is to add definition to your lip by creating distinct edges? They can also be used to prevent feathering, create a base for lipstick or worn alone as lip color. How do you choose the perfect match lip liner for your lipstick? Do the colors have to match exactly?
If you can’t find the exact shade of lip liner to match your lipstick, pick up a lip liner that's one to two shades lighter than your lipstick and in the same color family.
If you only want to buy one lip liner, we recommend you pick a shade that's close to your natural lip color. When you're not wearing makeup, see if your lips naturally have a rosy, peachy, mauve, or brown undertone. Try to find a neutral lip liner based on your predominant undertone.
If you frequently change up your lip color, we recommend building a moderate lip-liner wardrobe that you can rely on to suit whatever lipstick you'll be wearing that day. Nude works with beiges, light browns, pinks, and peaches. Chocolate brown works with medium-to-deep browns, maroons, and deep oranges.
Lip liners are available in a variety of shades. They can range from red, black and plum to peach, brown and purple. As long as there's a lipstick color, there's always a shade of lip liner, if not lighter darker. There's also neutral or invisible lip liner. It's colorless and it gives the illusion of a smoother lip.
Lexi Noel Beauty Lip Liner comes in nine colors and luxuriously lines, defines, and shapes your lips, creating the perfect lasting canvas for lip color. Designed to work seamlessly with Lexi Noel Beauty Lip shades, these lip liners complement every lip color—no matter how light, bright, or bold. Our formula glides on flawlessly for all-day wear and is enriched with shea butter for a non-drying, hydrating, and moisturizing texture.
Lip liners can help you achieve different looks. Even if you are not a fan of lip makeup, you could still benefit from lip liners. You could pick a new lip liner that's close to your lip shade, outline the lips, buff the edges to the center with a brush and apply lip gloss for a great look. You can find more articles online to help you to choose the perfect lip liner to match your lipstick.