Not only is it great for, well, lips, but it can also be used to finish off your face beat in other ways creative ways.
Here are 4 other ways you can use your lipstick.
Blush on your cheeks
This is the second most common use for lipstick. Red or blush lipstick can be used and can double up as a long-wear cream blush due to its consistency.
Blend with your index finger or brush, the results are amazing.
Not everyone is good at nailing eyeshadow application so to make the job easier, you can justyou’re your lipstick instead. It’ss quick and easy, simply swipe on eyelids and you are ready. It stays on longer and there’s no need to use a primer. This trick is amateur friendly. According to Grazia magazine you should “choose a matte lipstick for longevity, and a slightly glossy lipstick for a more editorial, fresh, wet-look on the eyes.”
If you haven’t thought about this before, you are welcome. Contouring with lipstick is the greatest hack. Use a brown lipstick that's a couple of shades darker than your skin tone. Follow the Kim Kardashian regime; apply it to the sides of your nose, right under your cheekbones, along your hairline, under your bottom lip, on your jawline and blend with a damp sponge.
Conceal under eye bags
Always refer back to the colour wheel to figure out which tone works well for concealing. “Dark circles under the eyes are typically blue or green in colour tone, so try using a red or orange lipstick to combat that,” to achieve a flawless look.