Do you layer lipsticks?

I definitely have and do, though I’m more likely to use a lipstick and then a gloss on top to alter color, but if I have something in mind… I will layer to get my vision!

— Christine


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I have, but rarely.
I used to try putting glosses over liquid mattes to add dimension and moisture and it would make them gloopy.
I do find though that Mac Fleshpot is a great mixing base for so many lipsticks and glosses, to tone them down or add opacity.

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Do I ever! Ha! It used to be more complicated. I’d mix using a palette, brushes, palette knives. Since the pandemic happened and masks became mandatory to enter the world (still are where I live), I’ve tried simplifying things, only using a lip treatment or balm with a bit of color but I end up wanting more color or a more defined lip line. The former makeup artist in me (pre-Instagram and You Tube makeup artists and tutorials) will probably never die. I’m doing alright with trying to use fewer products that make my lips feel good yet I haven’t tried Sara Happ yet.

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