Always moisturize your lips. Chapped and flaky dry lips can
really kill a lipstick mood. To exfoliate your lips, after you brush
your teeth with a whitening toothpaste, rinse your toothbrush with
water and gently massage your lips to rub off dead skin.
Avoid bronze and gold tones in glosses, or lipsticks which can
make teeth look yellow. Instead, go for a subtle shimmer of silver
which invites a brighter smiles.
Opt for plum tones lipsticks instead of cooler tones which can
reflect yellow on your teeth like that dreaded gold gloss. Instead,
try for berry or blue undercurrents which counteracts that yellow.
Contour your mouth curve. Accentuate the shape to make lips
look fuller which can emphasize whiteness. Highlighting pencils and
concealers can both be used around the lip line to create this
Add a gloss to bring some positive attention to those pearly
whites. Adding a layer of gloss on top provides a look of hydration
and youthfulness, providing the illusion of a brighter smile.
Don’t opt for a matte lipstick. They might be trendy but
they make lips look dry and due to the lack of shine, don’t reflect
any light off your teeth. Same goes for products with a frosted
If you hate red lipstick, try for a fuchsia or raspberry color
to keep on the cool color train and look perfectly feminine.
Don’t wear colors that are too light. Wearing a too-light
shade won’t give your teeth a color to stand out against.
Women with darker skin tones will want to try a deep purple lipstick
rather than brown – it sounds intense, but you’ll be getting
compliments on your teeth all night long.
10. After you apply your lipstick, get a very soft veil of a rosy or taupe leaning bronze. Too much bronzer will enhance the Oompa Loompa effect while just enough can make your teeth sparkle better than before.