Stop your lipstick from smudging!

It has happened to most of us, you put on a red lipstick and all of a sudden you have a smudge on your chin, on the corners of your lips or it may feather out if you have fine wrinkles of your lips. Right? This could get a little annoying having to constantly check in the mirror if your lipstick looks fine and if it hasn’t smudge all over the place. Ladies, I have a little trick for you to stop that. Scroll down and find out what it is! Enjoy this extremely easy and quick beauty tip!

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When you’re applying your foundation, rub a little bit on your lips using your brush and your lips should look a little pale like the picture below. This will work as a primer for your pretty lips. 
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I’m using my favorite red lipstick from MAC Cosmetics in Russian Red with the lipliner in Cherry. The lipstick is a matte texture so it has no shine and it’s not as creamy so it stays longer on your lips. 
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***The trick is to color your lips with your lip liner first! ***

This simple and only step will help your lipstick to grab and not smudge. For mature women who have fine wrinkles on their lips, this easy step will change the way you wear a red lipstick. 

Last, you take your lipstick and color your lips or you can also choose to leave them the way they are just wearing the lip liner. IMG_7196

I hope this tip helps! It works and has helped a lot of my clients to not have to retouch their lips so often, especially mature women with fine wrinkles who’ve had a little bit of trouble keeping their lipstick on. FYI: I chose this shade because it’s my favorite color but you can use any color of your preference. Toddles!!!! ❤

*Russian Red Lipstick $17 – http://bit.ly/1RolHG9

*Cherry Lip Liner $16.50 – http://bit.ly/1MiVmbK

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Save money and make your own Lip Scrub!

Hello ladies and welcome back! Mostly everyday we wear something on our lips, from clear lip balm, lip stains, to liquid lipsticks, etc. or they can get dry and chapped and it doesn’t look pretty when we put on lipstick, right? It’s happened to me before especially during cold season, my lips get dry, cracky and start to peel off! So I came up with a great idea of making my own lip scrub using ingredients from my kitchen! Yes, I’ve seen other brands that have their own lip scrub but I decided to save those $20 plus shipping and make my very own lip scrub. Follow along so you can do the same! 

All I used was 4 ingredients. 

1.Sugar        2.Honey      3. Coconut Oil        4. Red food coloring

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After it’s mixed, find a small glass container to store. _DSC7373

Ewww, not cute Jannette. Those lips are dull!

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Using your finger, massage your lips in circular motion and back and forth like a “wind shield wiper” 

When you’re done, take a cotton ball and wipe the scrub off.

After ❤
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Exfoliate your lips like you exfoliate your face. Keep them soft, hydrated and clean for a beautiful look when applying your favorite lipstick color!