Making fuller lips
The sort of highlighting you use to create curves and bone structure on the face can also work on the lips. Apply a light, matte lip color to the center of the lips, which draws light and creates the illusion of fullness. Apply your final lipstick color on top. If your final lip color is sheer you have to be sure it blends well, but this technique can be used with darker sheer lip colors and creamy lip colors of any shade.The old trick of applying gloss to the center of the bottom lip lasts as long your lip gloss-which is to say, not very long. If you want the illusion to last, stick to our technique.
Altering lip shape
Begin by drawing your natural lip line with the lip liner. This creates the base from which you can alter the shape. After you have drawn in your lip shape, draw the areas you are seeking to reshape. Whether you are extending your lip line to make the lips appear larger or you are doing it to add more symmetry to a pair of lopsided lips, it's good to select lip color carefully. Stick to neutrals and light colors, since a dark red or bright purple calls enough attention to your lips as it is. Bear in mind that as with facial contouring, changing the lip shape rarely looks natural. It's best to stick to your natural lip shape for everyday wear.