Lips are the most delicate part of our face which have no oil glands of their own and hence external moisture is very important to keep them baby soft. Pinkish colour on Lips is a sign of good health and regular use of lipstick makes our lips quite darker. That is why a proper care needs to be taken to keep that colour on the lips. Also Soft Pink Lips can add a friendly warm touch to one’s smile.
These simple and easy tips and remedies can help you to achieve soft and healthy lips:
Always keep a Lip balm handy and apply it frequently throughout the day. Avoid Petroleum based Lip balms as they are not beneficial in the long run. Check for Ingredients like Natural Beeswax, Cadillac Wax, Glycerine, Almond Oil and Vitamin E in your balms. Or simply apply Vitamin E oil before going to bed. This will always help you to get pink lips.
Only external application of Moisture is not sufficient, internal hydration is important as well. Dry lips always look dark and dull while hydration gives a pinkish tinge to the lips. Keeping yourself hydrated will combat the dryness on the lips irrespective of the season.
Apply Lip Balm Before Lipstick:
Go for Crème finish or Satin finish and make sure you moisturize your lips well before applying lipsticks and glosses. This will ensure you that your lips are moisturized in spite of the Lipstick on. Avoid Matte lipsticks as they make the lips tad dry.
Scrub Your Lips:
There are several ways of Scrubbing lips, you can simply slather your lips with Lip balm or even clarified butter before sleeping and scrub of the dead cell with a tooth brush next morning while brushing. Also you can use some granulated sugar with your Lip balm, mix it and apply a layer on your lips. Lip scrubbing helps you to get rid of the Dead cells.
Use Light Colour Lipsticks:
Use Soft Colours or even Nudes. Dark and pigmented Lipsticks may snatch the pinkish tinge from your lips, eventually leading to pigmented lips. Best Brands should be used for Lips as they may contain toxins that can harm your lips.
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