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Leave the lip gloss at home and instead opt for a darker and richer hue. Pixabay

Wearing lipstick can get tricky as there are many with drying formulas or ones that bleed all over your face. But if you still wish to have a bit of colour on your lips without reaching out for lipstick, try the alternatives.

Here are lipstick alternatives suggested by make-up artist Kari Bauce, reports huffingtonpost.com:


* Lip gloss: Bauce recommends ones with a hint of colour. Your lips will stay smooth and shiny thanks to ingredients like vitamin E and shea butter. It also requires little-to-no touch-ups throughout the day.

Also Read: Beauty Tips: Easy Tips to make Your Lipstick Last Longer

* Tinted lip balm: Tinted versions of lip balm will make your lips moist as they are on the waxier side while giving colour too. Consider it to be chapstick with colour. (Bollywood Country)


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