The first half of 2018 has given us many makeup trends, some new, some quirky and some oldies, but making a comeback in fun, new avatars. Remember the 80s trend of outlining your lips in a darker shade and filling in the rest of the lips with a lighter shade? Well, it is apparently making a comeback.

A recent picture of Jacqueline Fernandez surfaced in which she is seen wearing a dark pink lip liner outlining her lips, and has filled in her lips with a light shade of pink. We saw this picture and it made us think about all the other lip-makeup trends that we have seen in the last few weeks. Would you like to see them too? Scroll down and see for yourself!
Quirky Makeup Trends

Jacqueline Fernandez looks refreshingly beautiful in her no-makeup makeup look, with her lips being the focus. She has chosen to outline them in dark pink and has filled them with a lighter glossier pink.

Quirky Makeup Trends

Jacqueline Fernandez looks refreshingly beautiful in her no-makeup makeup look, with her lips being the focus. She has chosen to outline them in dark pink and has filled them with a lighter glossier pink.

Quirky Makeup Trends

Ombré  lips are when you use two shades of lipstick and one shade transitions into the second shade seamlessly. Here, a darker red lipstick transitions into a lighter red towards the centre of the lips.

Quirky Makeup Trends

Get dual toned lips by using one shade of lipstick on the upper lip and another on the lower lip. Make sure the colours do not clash and are from the same family. Hot pink and tangerine red make for a particularly gorgeous combination.

Quirky Makeup Trends

This is such a glamorous festive look! Apply a liquid matte lipstick on your lips and dab ultra-fine glitter (available separately) on the lipstick before it dries.

Quirky Makeup Trends

This is a trend that steps away from lining your lips with precision. This look uses a lip stain that is applied at the centre of the lips and smudged outwards to create a soft-focus stain. This is a trend that is seen very regularly on international runways.