A to Z guide to lip gloss

Posted on May 19, 2007. Filed under: Beauty & Fashion |

A = Application, a wand is better than a pot, keeps the fingers clean.

B = Burt’s Bees Balm, always use a balm at bedtime to lips hydrate overnight.

C = Clinique, this department store brand is one you can always count on.

D = Delux Beauty, this darling brand is from Hollywood makeup artist Jillian Dempsey (Grey’s Anatomy hottie Patrick Dempsey’s wife).

E = Everyone who comments on our perfect pouts.

F = Fresh Lip Sheers, our perennial favorite with flawless texture.

G = Glitter, a kiss of glittered gloss puts a sparkly touch on a night out.

H = Hard Candy, a kitschy brand for flirty girls, and those who dare to go bold with color.

I = “I”, as in “it’s all about me and my gloss.”

J = Jane Iredale‘s PureGlossT for Lips. Organic ingredients impart pucker perfection without preservatives and chemicals we can’t pronounce.

K = Kiehl’s, the brand’s Lip Therapy is cold-weather catch.

L = Lips and all the things we do to make them luscious.

M = Maven, the line’s Lip Exotics are a healthy alternative.

N = Nars, the Barney’s of lip gloss, with such a delicious color range, you can’t buy just one.

O = Orgasm, the must-have shade from Nars based on the line’s famed blush, available exclusively at Sephora.

P = Pout, it’s not how you do it, but what you do with it.

Q = the Queen you are.

R = Revlon – a rock-solid drug store brand that’s got serious celeb power.

S = Smashbox, never tacky, always shiny.

T = TheBalm, an excellent brand that packs a lot of punch with its plumper.

U = Undeniably Addicted.

V = Vincent. Vincent Longo. The make-up artist to models and celebs has a gloss that’s super silky.

W = Wet. Wet shine, wet slicks, anything wet, that’s the look.

X = XXX Shine Lip Gloss from Urban Decay, ultra-glassy and minty-fresh.

Y = the Yummy flavors infused in Jessica Simpson’s Dessert Beauty line, like chocolate, caramel and vanilla.

Z = Zipper pocket, where gloss should always be stored.

 

 SOURCE: Pretty City.com

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