Quick Step To Make Your Lipstick Mask- Proof

Quick Step To Make Your Lipstick Mask

The mask has become a vital element of our lives due to Corona. Applying lipstick under the mask in this situation is extremely difficult because of the risk of lipstick spoiling. We have some quick and simple tips for you that will ensure your lipstick lasts a long time without smudge.

Quick Step To Make Your Lipstick Mask

Quick Step To Make Your Lipstick Mask

Step 1- Exfoliate Your Lip

Exfoliating the lips is just as vital as exfoliating the skin. If your lips are dry and chapped but you still don’t want them to look dry and lifeless, exfoliate them twice a week. Exfoliating your lips will eliminate the dead skin on the surface, leaving you with soft, smooth lips.

Step 2 – Use Lip Balm

Chapped lips are more like a concern in the winter. In this situation, if your lips aren’t smooth and supple, the lipstick won’t last long. It’s essential to keep your lips hydrated. You can use lip balm to maintain the lips moisturised and smooth. You are free to use whichever lip balm you like. Allow it at least 15 minutes to soak in.

Step 2 - Use Lip Balm

Step 2 – Use Lip Balm

Step 3 – Lip Liner Is A Must

Most women do not use lip liner daily. Applying smear-proof formula lip liner helps make the lipstick mask proof by creating a barrier between your lipstick and your skin. It also helps your lipstick last longer by blocking moisture and enhancing the shape of your lips. Pick the same lip liner to fill your natural colour in the lip.

Step 3 - Lip Liner Is A Must

Step 3 – Lip Liner Is A Must

Step 4 – Apply Your First Layer Of Lipstick

You’ll need more than one layer of lipstick. When it comes to picking lipstick in this case, matte lipstick is the way to go because it stays on your lips for a long time. Simply, apply your selected lip colour over your base as usual.

Step 4 - Apply Your First Layer Of Lipstick

Step 4 – Apply Your First Layer Of Lipstick

 Step 5 – Seal It With Translucent Powder

Dip a fluffy brush in loose powder and gently dab it over your lipstick now that it’s on. The translucent powder will act as a sealant for your lipstick, absorbing excess moisture and allowing it to last longer while also providing an instant matte look. The translucent powders are best for removing excess, oil, or moisture they don’t change the colour of your lips too much. It allows you to avoid worrying about lipstick transfer. Keep in mind that translucent powder can dry out your lips, so hydrate as much as possible.

Step 5 - Seal It With Translucent Powder

Step 5 – Seal It With Translucent Powder

Step 6 – Put On A Second Coat Of Lipstick And Set It

Because the previous procedure smeared your lipstick a little, this second coat will help to restore the lost colour. Then, thoroughly seal it in, apply another coating of powder to your lips.

When you wear a mask over lipstick, choose matte lipsticks because they won’t budge and are usually transfer-proof. Matte lipsticks are the best choice to wear  under the mask. Lipsticks that are glossy or liquid tend to smudge inside the mask so you must avoid glossy or liquid lipsticks in such situations.

Lips must be kept moisturised and hydrated at all times. To keep your lips nourished, try shea butter or cocoa butter. It aids in the softening and suppleness of your lips.

Priya Singha
Priya Singha: Priya is a freelance writer with an experience of 4+ years of her writing career. She pursued her Masters from DDU, Gorakhpur. She is very passionate about writing and is fond of writing short articles and blogs. She even has worked for several companies. Writing articles in the field of Health & Fitness, Beauty, Home Remedies and Travel are some of her most interested topics and brings out the best in her.

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