#3. You are trying to get fuller lip in a wrong way.
And finally, a very important step that almost all of us skip! Setting your lipstick after you apply it will make it last much longer. It’s really simple to do too. All you need to do it hold a thin tissue over your lips and apply some translucent setting powder on your lips after that. Simple, right?
#4. You are not using lip liner.
Don’t just leave that lip liner lying around, ladies. It can be really useful! If your lipstick tends to bleed, line your lips with a liner and then apply your lipstick. You can even use creamy lip liners without a lipstick – they make for fantastic lip colours even on their own!
#5. You’re Not Choosing The Right Shade.
Dark lipstick makes lips appear thinner while lighter lipsticks can make lips appear fuller. If you don’t want your lips to look thinner than they already are, shy away from the vampy hues. If you don’t want your lips to look fuller than they already are, pick darker nudes.
#6. You are using too MUCH lip liner.
Lip liner can be a game-changer for a few reasons. The first is that it keeps lipstick from bleeding outside the lines of your lips. By applying it all over the lips, it can also help make your lipstick last longer by giving it something to stick to. Lastly, if you want to up your lip game, using a liner that is slightly (and I mean slightly) darker than your lipstick can give flattering dimension to the lips.