5 Lip Treatments For The Perfect Summer Pout
Lips — they’re the crowning jewel in any makeup look. Without a well-prepped slate, the art never work out right. So, if you’re planning to mix colours, do some cool lip art, or go bare, complement your look with lustrous lips.
These are 5 lip treatments that have the ability to seriously help you pucker up with baby smooth and plump lips.
1. Lip Mask
Lip masks are big in the beauty world. Leave these lip pads on for a few minutes, apply lip balm, and flaunt a plumped up pout. They really do work!
2. The Ultimate Lip Balm
Parisians and beauty bloggers, alike, love this lip balm! The goodness of honey moisturises your lips, healing it at a deep level.
3. Problem lips? Try this!
Cracked lips? Dry lips? Cuts or inflamed skin anywhere on your body? This paw paw ointment heals everything, so you can only imagine what it does for your lips. I love it, as you can obviously see on my Instagram feed.
4. The Everything Balm
Speaking of multi-purpose products, this balm is an amazing lipstick primer. It can also be used to heal dry skin anywhere on your body, and can even be used as a highlighter.
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5. Lip Scrub
A scrub every now and then is one of the best ways to keep your lips supple and prepped for any kind of lipstick, especially those pesky matte formulas. Exfoliate and then apply lip balm!