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Every makeup aficionado will vouch for the fact that nothing changes your game better than the correct shade of lipstick. Usually the last step of your beauty routine, lipstick makeup is hell important, and we aren’t even putting that up for a debate. We’re in the mood for an all-inclusive lipstick class so join right in, honey.

Lipstick is a product of the makeup world which not only completes your look but also makes you stand out. This is one of the reasons why it is one of the most important makeup products you can have in your makeup bag. There are so many different shades of lipsticks you can choose from and these days lipsticks come loaded with vitamin E and other essential oils to protect your lips in addition to styling.

Since lipstick has been given so much importance, it is only natural that you want your lipstick to look perfect and last you all day. Presenting the different types of lipsticks available to make your lipstick game strong:

Matte Lipstick

Matte lipstick has little shine and can last all day. Matte lipstick is a type of cosmetic application for lips which is known for its ability to last all day and its lack of shine. Matte lipstick has gone through periods of popularity since it became common for women to wear lipstick in the early. A matte lipstick has less oil and moisture than other lipstick types. Not only does this endow a matte with its resonate tone, the lip color also stays on longer, is less likely to feather outside of the lips and requires fewer touch-ups throughout the day.

Lip Crayon

Lip crayons are good at taking care of your lips; they moisturize your lips, even the matte ones have a significant effect. They have a long-lasting effect and do not feather or smudge easily. Apart from being versatile, these are available in far more colors than lipsticks or liners. Lip Crayons are basic beauty essential yet fun and multi-purpose. Known as the modern day lippie, Lip crayons are the perfect and unique combination.

Lip Gloss

Lip glosses are the fancier, shinier cousins of the good ol’ bullets. Great for dry thin lips, a lip gloss gives you a semi-sheer, fuller-looking pout. Higher on the moisture and luminosity quotient, this is our blind pick for a full-on glam night.

Liquid Lipstick

Liquid lipsticks, despite their appearance, are usually not glossy. They apply as a liquid because they contain more oils and polymers (and less wax) than a traditional bullet lipstick, then they dry down to an opaque, almost chalky, matte finish. A good liquid lipstick is long-lasting and transfer-proof. If you don’t want to re-apply your lip color throughout the day, use a liquid formula instead. What’s the difference between a liquid lipstick and a lip gloss? Lip gloss transfers very easily; i.e. you often have to reapply throughout the day.

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