Those who were allowed to pose on the red carpet at the Academy Awards this year were lucky. Due to the travel restrictions and quarantine rules, the number of participants was very limited. Many of the nominees were connected to the award ceremony in video calls around the world. The self-portrayal on the red carpet was correspondingly limited. The chosen ones visibly enjoyed their appearance (not only because of the robes) and were reminiscent of great Hollywood icons such as Marylin Monroe or Lauren Bacall. The beauty look of many stars: cherry red lips. The most beautiful trend variants and the best lipsticks for applying make-up to the glamorous Cherry Lips are given below.
Red lipstick is a make-up classic and stands (since Coco Chanel at the latest) for elegance, femininity, and strength. An essential for tailor-made couture gowns by designers such as Armani Privé (Amanda Seyfried), Louis Vuitton (Maria Bakalova), or Gucci (Vanessa Kirby) for the ultimate Hollywood glamor at the Academy Awards! Particularly popular this year: velvety matte cherry lips in different depths of fruity nuances. The color palette ranges from summery sorbet red as seen with Jena Friedman, deep cherry red as seen with Amanda Seyfried to dark sour cherry tones such as with Vanessa Kirby and Maria Bakalova.
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In order for the Cherry Lips to be particularly even and intense in color and to last as long as possible, the lips should be free from dryness and grooves. To do this, first gently exfoliate the lips and provide them with plenty of moisture. In addition, apply a special lip primer that makes the lips particularly supple, smooths the surface, and provides an optimal base.
Cherry Lips are first framed with a transparent lip pencil (or with an exactly matching color) - fixes the contours and prevents the red lipstick from running or smudging later. Then spread your favorite cherry nuance onto your lips in two layers. This works best with a soft brush. After the first coat of paint, place a tissue over your lips and press down gently to remove the excess texture. Only then apply the second layer of paint. For an ultra-matt finish, as with Amanda Seyfried or Vanessa Kirby, repeat the tissue procedure one more time and dust some loose powder over the lips covered with the tissue. Then carefully remove the cloth from your lips. The cherry lips are done!