Q. How do I choose the right lipstick? A. When choosing a lipstick think about texture and color. A single shade can look very different in different textures.
– Matte means dense color, no shine and very little moisture.
– Cream delivers strong color with moisture.
– Gloss is translucent color, moist and shiny.
– Stain looks very dark in the tube but goes on sheer.
– Frosted colors contain sparkly white and are generally more suited to youthful
Q. Define how some Avon lipsticks perform. – Long-wearing or “transfer-resistant” lipsticks, such as Avon’s Perfect Wear is
specially formulated with a bonding complex so rich that the high-volume color
stays on, even while kissing.
– 24-hour moisture and lush shine, available in new Brilliant Moisture Lip
Color and Ultra Color Rich Lipstick both formulated with Intuitive Technology
that reads your lips and self-adjusts the creamy richness especially for you.
– Day-to-night wear, miraculous all day moisture and superior shine
that stays true are the benefits of Avon’s new My Lip Miracle Lip Color.
Q. How do I properly apply lipstick and lip liner? A. Lip liner is optional but if used, it should go on first. Use neutral or lipstick-matched lip liner. Using a liner that is darker than the lipstick will leave an outline when the lipstick fades.
– Starting at the center of the upper lip, draw a line to each outer corner,
following the edge of the natural lip line.
– Fill in color all over lips if they want extra holding power for their lipstick.
*Hint: Chill lip pencil in the refrigerator for a few minutes to make sharpening easier.
– Use a dusting of powder or bit of foundation beneath lipstick to maximize its
staying power. Either can dry lips, so tell your Customers to use a creamy
– Stretch your lips, and starting at the center of top or bottom, glide color to
corners. Blot, reapply and blot again for longer-lasting color.
* Hint: A lip brush gives the most precision in applying lipstick
Q. How do I minimize my lips? A. – Use deep, matte shades to make lips. Don’t use glosses and frosts.
– Line lips just inside the natural lip line with a freshly sharpened pencil that
matches the lipstick. Be sure to define all the way to each corner.
– Fill in lipstick with a lip brush.
* Hint: A thin dusting of powder over lipstick can help play down lips
Q. How do I make my lips look fuller? A. – Don’t wear dark lip color. Glossy, pale, light-catching and white-tinged shades
make lips look fuller.
– Line lips at their outermost edge with a freshly sharpened neutral pencil or one
that matches the lipstick. Be sure to define lips from corner to corner.
– Fill in lips with lipstick using a lip brush. Apply a touch of a slightly lighter
frosted or opalescent shade in the center of your lips. This enhances fullness by
creating a light-catching contour.
– Add a sweep of gloss if lipstick is matte.