Here’s how you can create this pretty pastel pink lip on your own thanks to this how-to from makeup artist Lauren Cosenza.1. Condition and Line. Condition your lips first to help hydrate any cracked, dry spots. Then line your lips with a clear lip liner — this will keep the lip color you’re about to apply from bleeding. Here, Lizzie Power, owner of Awoke Vintage, a clothing story in Brooklyn, applied No More Bleeding Lips along the perimeter of her mouth.2. Fill in Your Lips with a Pink Lip Liner. Lizzie used Estée Lauder Lip Pencil in “Pink Writer.”3. Create a Chalky-Pink Lip Color. Mix a peachy-pink lip color with a nude one to make an opaque shade. Here, Lizzie combined Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Lip Tar in “Femme,” a peachy-pink shade, with MAC Cosmetics Cream Color Base in “Nude.”4. Pump up the Color. Press a hot pink blush, like NYX Cosmetics Powder Blush in “Matte Hot Pink,” over your lips with a flat makeup brush to set the shade and give it a matte finish.5. Pat on Some SPF and Make Your Lips Pop By Applying Concealer Around your Mouth. Lizzie used a zinc-based SPF, like Sun Bum Sunscreen, to give that opaque pastel finish to her lips, and then cleaned up the areas around her mouth with a concealer, like Clé de Peau Beauté Concealer, to make her lip color pop.