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90’s Lip Liner – How to Make it Work Today

Question: What do Gwen Stefani, Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Aniston, Shannen Doherty, Winona Ryder, Kate Bosworth, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera and pop idol Brandy all have in common? If you guessed that they were all rocking the culture of the 1990s, you would be correct, although that is the desired answer to this question. If you answered that they all wore sincerely overstated lip liner, you would be getting warm, but if your answer of 90s lip liner went on to say that every one of these lovely ladies and more are bringing back that popular 90s trend, and they all look better than ever! Beautiful women in every corner of 2015 are discovering how to make 90s lip liner work for them, and you can too.

Woman using a brown lip liner

The 2015 Liner
Today’s lip liners come in a wide variety of colors and hues, so there’s one or several for every corresponding color of lipstick. Some women even wear a light shade of liner alone, with just a hint gloss atop. The most outstanding benefit that using lip liner offers lies in how it allows you to control the shape of your lips with impressive precision. You’ll find, that by making small adjustments to the way you use lip liner to shape your mouth, you will consequently be changing the overall appearance of your face.

Different Strokes
From the way brown lip pencils are disappearing from store shelves, it looks like brown is another key player in the return of 90s cosmetic trends. But it’s not just about the color. The way you apply lip liner should accentuate your best lip features. Some women reserve the more bold emphasis for the upper lip, while smudging any liner evidence a bit on the bottom lip. Lip liner is most often used to make lips appear fuller. The main distinction between liner of the 90s and today’s is that today, is typically far less apparent to others.

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