How To: Create Ombre Glow Lips ft. Dior | Sephora



Learn how to create ombre glow lips using Dior’s Dior Addict Lip Glow Color Reviver Balm!

Awaken and enhance the natural beauty of your lips with this unique balm. Formulated with color reviver technology, this silky lipstick reacts with the chemistry of your lips to create a special shade that will last all day.

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27 thoughts on “How To: Create Ombre Glow Lips ft. Dior | Sephora

  1. กัน อรรถพันธ์ ถูกใจสิ่งนี้ 💚

  2. Excuse me, but ombre lips are still popular in Korea. All of the korean youtubers are still using this technique because it looks natural and glowy. So stop commenting shit that you are not sure about. Thank you.

  3. This is still a popular trend but they do it differently now. It's more popular to put a mlbb shade all over the lips and then put a slightly darker shade as the gradient, rather than use concealer to try to conceal your natural lip line.

  4. Do ppl realize the western side of the world catches on to Korean trends a lil late? So it may not be popular in Korea but it’s probably popular now on the western side

  5. Ummmm whatever hmmmmm I am korean, also we still doing that lip. Why you guys hate this video. Cammmm down🧐🧐🧐

  6. It frustrates me that people never seem to mention the crucial step (if you have naturally dark lips but not dark skin) to put a thin layer of foundation or concealer around the outer edge of the lips before doing the two steps in this video. Otherwise your lips will tend to appear too dark for the ombre effect to begin with.

  7. I've seen the ombre lip look (it was called something like: bitten lip or popsicle lips) in a makeup spread in Seventeen Magazine when I was a teen (that was almost 18 years ago). Yes it was trendy in Korea for the past few years but it doesn't mean they created the look, they just popularized it in 2015. BTW I'm Korean (born in Canada). Trends come and go but no one culture should take ownership of a trend.

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