There is no denying that the Kardashian/ Jenner clan are taking over the world at the moment. You will see at least one of them on our TVs, magazines, web pages, cat walks (porn sites. LOL. Don't forget where you came from, Kim).
One particular sister is Kylie Jenner, the edgier family member who is taking over the beauty blogging and vlogging world at the moment, and that is due to her plump, puckered pout.
Whether they're real or not, Kylie Jenner's lips are something to be very enviable of, and people everywhere are trying to master her look. I too, am one of those fan girls who desperately wants to spend lots of time and money to get that ironically effortless looking lip.
I have read so many different combinations on what lipstick she uses, and pretty much every site has said that she uses a mac colour of some sort. Which one however, varies from site to site, and I cannot find the exact one for the life of me. As I am not blessed with the families olive toned skin, I went for the pinkier combination I found on Pinterest which is 'Brave' and 'Soar' to match my cooler skin tone.
I wear this on a day to day basis now, and occasionally slightly overdraw the lip to get the extra pouty look. It's a really simple lipstick look, and lasts for most of the day. The lipstick is one of Mac's satin finish lipsticks so is really soft on the lips but needs an occasional top up unlike they're matte finishes which I find tend to last all day.
To finish the look, I just did the slightest bit of basic contouring with bronzer underneath my cheekbones and around my forehead, but I am no expert at that level of makeup so I'll leave that to the pros. A final slick of eyeliner and mascara, and you have the very simple but effective Kylie Jenner everyday makeup look. She usually puts some brown shades of eye shadow on her outer eye which is lovely for this time of year, but as I had nowhere special to go today I kept it simple.
Who would have thought just a lipstick can give you a quick lip fill? This look definitely makes my lips bigger and fuller, just don't go too far!