kiss me if you dare

kiss me if you dare

Eos rose perfume
€32 – harveynichols.com

Sephora Collection lip treatment
€7,15 – sephora.com

Clinique lip care
€15 – macys.com

Burt s Bees lip care
€4,46 – zulily.com

Rimmel beauty product
€5,35 – amazon.com
When it’s the right time to use lip balm ? Why my lips are so dry ?
Below you will find your answers.

Daily

Only soft, smooth lips could be pretty and adorable. So if you want to have adorable lips, use lipbalm to protect your lips at all times, everyday and every night.

Under Dry/ Cold Environment

Exposure to wind, sun and cold dry air contributes to chapped, cracked lips by sucking out moisture and damaging skin. Prevent exposure by protecting your lips with a lip balm, before going outside, and reapply regularly while outside. Lipbalm will help to restore moisture and seals out from the harsh environment.

Under Air-Conditioned Environment

Long hours in air-conditioned area can make your lips dry. Moisturizing lip balms will easily relief your delicate lips from dryness.

Under Lipstick

Put on some lip balm first before lipstick. Smooth lips will help your lipstick glide on easier and last longer. Lip balm will also form a layer or protection to your lips from the artificial coloring.

Before Sun Exposure

Lips will become dry, cracked, aged and dull-colored due to the harmful UV rays. Since the thin skin on your lips lacks melanin, they burn easily from the sun. Therefore always put on lipbalm with SPF protection when you head outdoors.

Before Bed

Lips can dry out during the night, especially if you breathe through your mouth while you sleep or if you sleep in an air-condition room. It is good idea to apply a layer of lip balm every night before you go to bed to provide moisturizing protection to your lips throughout the night. It also helps to generate new skin cells and strengthen the lips moisture barrier, thus leaving your lips soft, smooth and supple.

Till next time

xoxo

V.

(source: LIPLICE BANGLADESH fbpage)

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