The 10 Best Ways to Use Ombre Lips

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Ombre lips have become the latest trend in makeup. Styles Weekly always brings you the most recent trends from the fashion world. We’ve gathered a variety of ombre lip looks to inspire you. We’re confident that this amazing gallery will feature the perfect ombre lips look for you, no matter what your favourite colour palette is or which shades and styles you prefer. Tell us which of these gorgeous styles you plan to try!

Black and Purple

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Purple lips are an incredible finishing touch to a makeup look – especially when blended with black. You can easily recreate this purple-and-black ombre style. Start by lining your lips in thick black lines. Blend the edges using a brush. Paint the center of your lips with a purple lipstick for a stunning finish.

Glittery Purple Ombre

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You can add sparkles to your ombre lips if they are not enough. Start with the lip line to recreate this amazing look. To achieve this look, choose a deep and dark shade of purple and thickly line your lips. This line should be smudged outwards. Paint the middle of the lips in a bright shade of purple. Finish off with a glitter coating across the center of the lip.

Purple to Pink

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Why stick to just one color when you can also use other colours? Styles Weekly is swooning over this beautiful purple-pink hybrid! Start with a bright purple lipstick. Start by lining the lips in a thick line, then smudge it towards the middle. This amazing lip finish is achieved by painting a bright pink all over the middle of the lips.

Nude Ombre Effect

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The ombre effect is equally effective with two shades of the same color! This nude lip look gives the lips a plumper look and makes them look bigger. Line the lips thickly with a nude lipliner. This should be smudged towards the middle of the lips. Paint the center of your lips with a nude, light lipstick. Finish with gloss!

Red and black

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This black to red ombre is a stunning twist on the classic red lip. We can’t get over this style. Line the outer corners with black lip liner or lipstick. Add a thicker line around the corner and gently blend inwards. Fill in the center of your lips with the shade of red you prefer for a stunning look.

Pink to Peach Ombre

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Do you agree that pink and peach are a beautiful combination? This gorgeous, bright and light ombre is perfect for the summer! This vibrant look can be recreated by drawing a thick, dark pink line around each lip’s outline. This colour should be blended inwards and applied around the lip outlines. Next, apply a peach colour to the center of your lips.

Dark Red Nude

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Pink and dark red are not usually a combination that goes well together. This picture shows that they do blend well together! Use a deep shade of red to line your lips. You can lightly smudge and pat the edges with your fingers. Fill in the middle of your lips with your favorite nude lipstick to create contrast.

Dark Pink and Nude

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This ombre lip look is so beautiful! Line your lips liberally with a dark-pink lip liner. Before smudging the lip liner outwards, make sure it is thick and full. Next, using a nude color, paint the middle of the lips. The colours should be blended seamlessly.

Dark to Light Purple

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Why settle for one shade of lipstick when there are two to choose from? Dark and bright colours are a perfect contrast in this look. We just can’t have enough! Start by applying a deep, dark purple around the edges of the lips. Fill in the middle of the lips with your vibrant purple shade. Make sure that the two shades blend perfectly.

Brown to Nude

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Brown and nude combine seamlessly to create an ombre effect. Line the lips lightly with a brown lipliner. Use the liner to create a thicker section on each  corner of the lips. The centre of your lips can be lightly coloured with a neutral shade. Blend these colors together to create a stunning finish.

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