How I Apply Liquid Lipsticks

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Just to be clear, I’m not telling YOU how to put on liquid lipsticks, this is just how I do it. You can get tips and tricks and an idea of why I use these products. These are just 4 simple steps it’s not overwhelming or anything, that’s just how I do it. Let’s get started.

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First step: I’ll start off by scrubbing my lips with a lip scrub. You can use any lip scrub but I definitely recommend the Sugar Lip Scrub. It is such an amazing scrub it will leave your lips feeling smooth and will make applying lipsticks or even lip balms much more easier. This will help to get rid of any dead cells and dead skin on your lips.

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Second step: I’ll then wipe off the extra lip scrub from my lips by using any “soft” wipes. I’d much rather clean off the excess lip scrub with wipes than water because usually I would rub really hard with the water. (If that makes sense at all) I suggest the Herban Essentials wipes if you’re interested, they smell amazing and they’re very smooth to the skin.

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Third step: Then, I’ll add on some lip balm to get my lips smooth and ready for the liquid lipstick. This will really help with putting on liquid lipstick because it will help applying the liquid lipsticks so much easier and smoother. And a plus, when the liquid lipsticks is all matte, it won’t feel dry or anything because of the lip balm.

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Forth step: The last final step is to apply the liquid lipstick. With all the steps that I have done, it will make applying liquid lipstick so much easier. The current liquid lipstick that I have been obsessing over is the Kat Von D in the shade Lolita. I have talked about this product in my May favorites if you want to check it out.

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