Cupid catch: When you're trying to navigate the tight turns of the cupid's bow, use the shape of your tools to your advantage. So instead of filling in with an "M" stroke, turn the wand or lipstick on its side to make a "V" using two downward diagonal strokes. And remember: bright lipstick makes it easier to color outside the lines.
Pout pose: It can be complex to cover the innermost corners of your lip with color, but you can simplify your routine by making an "O" with your mouth as you apply. This ensures there are no gaps or spotty streaks in your high-impact lip look.