lways wonder how actresses and models get soft, supple lips? Well, they have high-paid makeup artists who can work wonders, but thankfully, it’s easy and inexpensive in the real world to get gorgeous lips. You just have to know how to prime your kisser before applying any makeup. Sure, there are expensive primers, but unless you have money like Jennifer Aniston, try these inexpensive tips to prime your lips:
1. Exfoliate: Purchase a soft toothbrush to rub against your lips when you wake up. The toothbrush will gently exfoliate your lips to get rid of any dead skin cells. Remember, the goal is to have smooth, soft lips!
2. Condition: Try an all-natural lip balm, like LypSyl LypMoisturizer HoneyBerry SPF; it not only protects lips from harmful UV rays with an SPF of 15, it moisturizes lips with all-natural Swedish beeswax, vitamins E, A and shea butter. This $2.99 lip balm rolls over the lips and makes them feel smooth and silky soft – it works better than expensive lip salves found at high-end stores.
3. Line: If applying lipstick, choose a liner in a color that matches your natural lip color. Doing so will give your lips a more natural, supple look.
4. Stay Hydrated: Don’t forget to drink water! Water won’t prime your lips per se, but the more water you drink, the more hydrated your skin and lips will be, which will help prevent drying and cracking.
LypSyl is a premium lip care line created over 100 years ago in Sweden. Formulated from all-natural, pure Swedish beeswax, LypSyl products combine natural and therapeutic ingredients like organic Shea butter, coconut oil, Vitamin E and Vitamin A, providing unsurpassed moisture and lip protection. Swedish beeswax is used as the main ingredient for all LypSyl products because of its ability to spread evenly and allow the formula to penetrate deeply into the lips. Offered in three formulas, LypMoisturizer (Original); LypMoisturizer (HoneyBerry SPF) and Extreme Cold Sore Relief, LypSyl products can be found at Walgreens, Rite Aid, CVS, Duane Reade, Shop-Rite, select Wal-Mart locations and drugstore.com for a starting suggested retail price of $2.99. LypSyl is not tested on animals. Please visit www.LypSylhome.com.