Martha begins by using the excess foundation on her makeup brush as a base.
“Pressing in your excess foundation will make your lips last longer,” she explains.
Next, she grabs her weapon of choice: lip liner.
“Starting at your cupids bow you're going to want to flatten out your cupids bow and go just above your natural lip line.”
While Martha recommends you draw above your natural lip line in the centre of your lips, she emphasises the importance of doing the opposite when it comes to the corners of your mouth.
“It’s really important when you’re doing the corners of your lips to stretch your mouth out and smile but also stay on your natural lip line."
She then advises you go over the corners, top and bottom, to make the colour darker and add depth, helping build the allusion of bigger lips.
Using concealer and a flat angle brush Martha then tidies up any stray feathering or marks around her lips to make it “pop”.
For the finishing touch she applies her lip stick before pursing her lips together to blend.
So, there we have it, Martha’s start to finish routine for a plump pout.
Now to invest in more lip liner.