Alphabet Challenge - K - Get Kissable Lips!
Pucker up ladies! It's time to learn how to get gorgeous kissable lips with a few of my favourite lip care tips!
Just like the rest of your skin, you need to take care of your lips, especially as we are moving into the colder months as they can be really exposed to the weather when you are outside!
Your lips will really dry out when you are dehydrated.
Increase your water intake and decrease the cups of coffee or cans of coke as these will dehydrate you.
As well as this, bad breath is stronger and more likely when you are dehydrated, and you don't want bad breath when going in for that kiss!
To get lovely soft lips, just as you would with your skin, you need to exfoliate! I would avoid using your normal exfoliator though! You need something a little lighter!
You can get lip scrubs, just like this Bliss Fabulips Sugar Lip Scrub which is £14 from Feel Unique.
Alternatively, you can lightly rub a dry toothbrush over your lips to get rid of the flaky skin. However, it's not nearly as yummy as a lip scrub!
Remember: the skin on your lips is very thin. BE GENTLE! Too much exfoliating, or being to vigorous could leave you with sore, red lips.
As I mentioned before, keeping yourself hydrated will help your lips stay moisturised, but a little extra moisture won't hurt!
Grab yourself a gorgeous lip balm and use regularly to keep your lips from drying out, especially as it's starting to get colder outside! Cold weather will dry out the lips and can be harsh. Applying lip balm will help lock in the moisture and give you a barrier to the horrible weather.
Add some colour to your pout! Whether you pick lip gloss, lipstick, lip balm or lip stain, make your lips stand out by and some colour or sparkle to them!
Experiment with different shades until you find the ones that work for your skin tone and hair colour.
Go for bold colours for nights out when you are dressed to impress or subtle shades for work or chic daytime looks!
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