Mature Makeup Tutorial: How to Get Luscious Lips

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Older lips can become thin, while fine lines around the edges can cause your lipstick to feather and bleed.

If you’re taking the time to put on makeup, you want your makeup to go the distance. So, if you have mature skin and you wish to make your lips look lucious, try out this simple lip routine.

The makeup I’m using is from the Look Fabulous Forever range, made specifically for mature skin. However, you can achieve the same results with any brand of makeup.

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Tools and materials:

  • Lip primer
  • Lipstick brush
  • Lipstick
  • Clear lip gloss
Lips before

1. Prep your lips

Before adding any color, make the texture of your lips smooth by applying a creamy lip primer. N

ot only will this feel lovely on your lips, but it will also create a barrier, preventing the lip color from bleeding into your skin.

Prepping lips

2. Apply lip color

Transfer your lipstick onto a lipstick brush to keep your makeup bacteria free.

Applying lip color

Now it’s time to apply your favorite lip color to your now smooth lips!

Applying lip color

3. Add some sheen

Finally, dab on a bit of clear, lip gloss to give your lips a plumper, more luscious look. 

Adding sheen

And that’s it! You’re only 3 quick steps away from achieving luscious lips! 

Luscious lips

Luscious lips

After following these simple steps, you don’t have to think twice about your lip color. Hopefully you found this luscious lips tutorial helpful.

For more tips and tricks about mature beauty, check out our post on an Easy Neutral Makeup Look for Older Women.

Suggested materials:
  • Lip primer
  • Lipstick brush
  • Lipstick
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  • Hazel mcdonald Hazel mcdonald on Feb 16, 2023

    I will try this for sure. One question, do I apply the primer above the lip line slightly to prevent lipstick bleed or just apply to the lip area?