Thin lips – if the lips are too thin, the upper lips can be extended a little above the natural lip line but care must be taken to see that the extended portion follows the natural curve of the lips. The lower lip should be full and well-shaped by extending the lip line a little below the natural lipline of the lower lip.
Drooping lips – to perfect this condition, straighten curves with fuller lines to the corners.
Small mouth – Extend the corners of both the lips.
Close set eyes – apply eye shadow to the upper eyelids, blending the shadow upwards and outwards towards the outer corner of the eyes.
Continue to blend until the shadow is considerable fainter in the area of the nose and the eye and some what darker at the outer corner. Then with the help of the brow pencil, draw a line a third away from the inner corner of the eye and extend the line beyond the outer corner. Blend the line so that like the shadow it is faint at the inner corners and darker at the outer corners. Increase the distance between the eyebrows by tweezing to make them appear wider apart.
Deep-set eyes – Use a lighter foundation color immediately above the socket area of the upper eyelids and blend with the foundation color. Do not use eye shadow as the sunken effect will increase instead of decreasing.
Drooping eyes – they can be given a lift by tilting the eye line upwards and outwards before it reaches the outer corner of the upper lid. The shadow should be winged upwards avoiding the area at the outer corner of the eyes.
Round eyes – Make them appear longer by extending eye shadow beyond the outer corner of the eyes.
Bulging eyes – Use a dark shadow and blend it carefully over the prominent part of the upper lids carrying it lightly to the line of the brows.
Small eyes – They can look larger by using two kinds of shadow. Use brown shadow on the lip creases after applying ‘beige’ to the lids.
So, now its just a matter of ten minutes to accentuate the natural beauty of your lips.