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#403557 - 04/07/08 02:58 AM Do you prefer lipsticks, glosses or stains?  
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What are people's favorite form of lip color? This week's article discusses the basic differences between sticks, glosses, stains and other forms of lip color.

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#403810 - 04/07/08 03:56 PM Re: Do you prefer lipsticks, glosses or stains? [Re: Jilly]  
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I use lipstick, lipstain, and lip gloss, and find that lip gloss is the quickest and I love how it hides the fact that my lips are a tad dry.


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#404412 - 04/08/08 07:24 PM Re: Do you prefer lipsticks, glosses or stains? [Re: rebekah05]  
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I don't tend to use stains as I have a bunch of lip paints that i like. They do hide the dry lips part, and then I can put on gloss over it if i want more moisture. I use the Lip paints from Paula's Choice.

Some of the new stains by Tarte and Benefit looks pretty good though.

#405293 - 04/10/08 09:15 PM Re: Do you prefer lipsticks, glosses or stains? [Re: Jilly]  
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Lip glosses and Sticks are running neck and neck!

Or should I say Lip and Lip? laugh

#405299 - 04/10/08 09:28 PM Re: Do you prefer lipsticks, glosses or stains? [Re: Jilly]  
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I prefer glosses. wink


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#405300 - 04/10/08 09:29 PM Re: Do you prefer lipsticks, glosses or stains? [Re: Jilly]  
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I think Lipfinity is a lip paint? Anyway, it's what I use, and have since it came out, I tried a couple other brands, but a lot of them kind of got crumb-y if that makes sense? over the course of a day.I have a small scar on my lip from a childhood injury and with regular lipsticks, unless I set my lipstick with powder which dried out my lips, it would bleed into the scar.
I don't wear lip gloss at all. When I was in highschool, I was wearing it one day, and a guy I had a crush on asked if I had pork chops for lunch and told me how much he liked pork chops. I was MORTIFIED and haven't worn lip gloss since! (I'm 36 now!)

#405370 - 04/10/08 11:54 PM Re: Do you prefer lipsticks, glosses or stains? [Re: ShalasBeads]  
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Lipstick, usually the same shade by Loreal. I know, boring, but it looks good with everything:) I just haven't been able to get away with wearing lip gloss since high school (I'm 38).


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#405378 - 04/11/08 12:03 AM Re: Do you prefer lipsticks, glosses or stains? [Re: Trish-D]  
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I wear chapstick pretty much all the time because it's so dry here. I think I still have one actual lipstick in the house still, but even on special occasions I don't tend to wear it.


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#405391 - 04/11/08 12:12 AM Re: Do you prefer lipsticks, glosses or stains? [Re: Lisa LowCarb / VideoGames]  
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My lips are very pale and have a few freckles on them so I feel the need to wear lipstick. I wear two different shades of Loreal 620 and 799. Maybe it is Revlon that I wear. It is a gold case and they sell for about $9 at drugstores.


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#405415 - 04/11/08 12:42 AM Re: Do you prefer lipsticks, glosses or stains? [Re: ShalasBeads]  
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Shala, that is a hoot about the pork chops. Maybe this guy was actually flirting with you in a weird teen boy way (after all, he said he LIKED pork chops). smile

I have not tired the LipInfinity Lip Paint. I know exactly what you are talking about with the crumbly thing - i've had it happen with some brands. Paula's Choice is great - it doesn't roll or glop, and it doesn't go on unevenly like most of the lip paints tend to.

Using powder to set your lips is a great idea. Can you put gloss over it, or does that defeat the point, with your scar?

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