5 Game-Changing Ways Your Lipstick Can Replace 5 Products From Your Vanity. You’re Welcome!
A woman’s vanity is incomplete without lipstick. And as someone who has recently gotten enchanted with the world of makeup, I am particularly obsessed with lipsticks. The gorgeous colours that these lipsticks come in make me want to collect them all, and at the rate I am going, I am sure I will one day! It is National Lipstick Day today and so, it is all the more reason for you to dress up as fancy as you can, apply makeup, dish out your favourite lipstick to paint your lips and go be your stunning self!
Well, as much as I have begun to love makeup, I sometimes get tired of incorporating so many products into my routine. Of course, you cannot replace a foundation and a concealer but blush, contour, eyeshadow, colour-corrector, and highlighter do seem a lot at times. Especially when you are in a hurry and need a quick glammed-up look. But fret not, dearies, here is where your lipsticks will come in handy.
So today, I will be sharing the five ways you can use your lipstick that will lessen your load. These hacks will also help you if you are if you packing your vanity for a vacation so that you will not have to pack too many makeup products.
Lipstick As Blush
If you like to match your lipstick and blush, you can definitely make use of your lipstick as one. Just dab a little lipstick on the apples of your cheek and smear it till your temples. On top of that, add a little bit of concealer and just blend it all.
Lipstick As A Contour
If you like to contour your face and bring a nice definition to your jawline and cheeks, you can also use brown lipstick to achieve that sharp look. Just simply use a brown shade instead of a contour and you’ll see the same results!
Lipstick As Eyeshadow
If you don’t want to carry your eyeshadow palette, you can easily use lipstick for the same purpose. Just dab a little colour from any of your favourites on your eyelids and blend it all out. Bas, you’re good to go!
Lipstick As A Highlighter
If you have glossy lipstick or even lipgloss, you can easily replace your highlighter with it. Use small quantities of either of them and apply it to the bridge of your nose, chin and corner of your eyebrows. Tadaaa!
Lipstick As A Concealer
If you have dark circles and acne marks, you can use red lipstick to cover them up before applying a concealer in your shade over it. The red shade will cancel out the darkness around the eyes and also perfectly cover up the acne marks.
So, try out these hacks and let us know in the comments below what was your experience of diversifying the use of your lipstick! Also, Happy Lipstick Day, ladies!