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I have very dry lips so I am always looking for hydrating lipstick formulas. I haven’t tried these, I will definitely add a few to my list. I found that H&M’s lipsticks are amazingly hydrating surprisingly enough. Also I have a few Kiko lipsticks that are moisturizing too.

I honestly cannot say which lipstick formula is most hydrating (I have only tried 4-5 brands) but for me it’s definitely NOT illamasqua’s solid lipsticks 😀

I’m a fan of sheer lipsticks and most sheer formulas are hydrating. The formula I love for hydration is NARS sheer lipsticks. They also smell like freshly brewed green tea, to me at least.

Neutrogena’s lip crayons. Unfortunately, they have an awful fragrance (weird chemical-y fake tropical fruit) and the color transfers. One sip of your coffee and it’s gone. It’s a shame because the line has a lot of great office-friendly neutrals.

I am not a big fan of hydrating lippies because of the bleeding but I like Revlon Lip Butters – Pink Truffle is a great universal shae.

The new Chanel Rouge Coco Stylo are definitely one of the most hydrating formula I’ve tried. I have very dry lips, so it’s rare that I find a formula hydrating. At best I find them non-drying!

I agree, Christine – the discontinued Bite lipsticks were one of my favourites. MAC’s Amplified Creams aren’t bad either and I also like Chanel’s Rouge Allures (though I only have 2 of them).

I’ve had good luck with the Colour Pop lippie stix! Iforgot to pack chapstick for a music festival and only had this lipstick on me, but it worked just as well.

Probably Revlon’s Balm Stain crayons. Usually I find those balmy type lip products to be, ironically, drying… but these crayons I really like and they do stain pretty well.

Too Faced La Crème formula and the now DC’d Urban Decay Revolution formulas. These two have been super kind to my perpetually parched lips!
Sadly, I only have had the pleasure of owning just one Bite Luminous Lip Creme lipsticks, Kir Royale, which I also feel is moisturizing. Two great ones DC’d. ?

I’m not sure. I don’t really pay attention to that, as I don’t have dry lips. I’d say UD Sheer Revolution, but that’s DC now. Stila Color Balm Lipstick would probably be a close second.

Recently for me it’s the Burberry Full Kisses lipstick formula…so comfortable to wear, beautiful pigmentation and no lip balm required prior

All the Chantecaille ‘Lip Chic’ are wonderfully hydrating…like a balm with fantastic colors. Also, Armani sheer lip colors.

Agree on Chantecaille’s lip chic and Armani’s Rouge Sheer and Rouge D’Armani formula. I would also add Cke de Peau lipsticks and lip luminizers (the long skinny ones) to the list.

Hard to say because I always use a balm under my lipstick because my lips Are sooo dry. The First Which comes into my mind Are Mac huggable lipsticks and Mac mineralize Rich lipsticks.

Revlon Moisturous Lipcolor comes to mind. The colors were beautiful and the formula very moisturizing. I hate that Revlon discontinued this lipstick.

THE MOST hydrating thing I’ve used is Sephora’s lip oils. They add some color and really make my lips feel smooth. I also got the Hourglass lip oil in Icon, and I love that, too. I think they now have it in just a clear gloss and I’m tempted to splurge on that, too.

The NARS sheer ones are quite hydrating. The Fresh balms are super hydrating but not technically lipstick. I don’t find the Marc Jacobs ones drying so they’re pretty good as well. And yup, Bite’s previous iterating of lipstick was super hydrating, though I’ve yet to try the newer ones.

For me, it’s Rouge d’Armani. I find it moisuturizing enough to use without or even in place of lipbalm!

My lips are dry and easily irritated and so it’s not just a question of hydration but also about being non-irritating. For me the end all be all is Guerlain Rouge G. I can wear it all day long without the need for balms and my lips always feel smooth and soft at the end of the day.

I just bought one of YSL’s Rouge Volupte Shine Oil-in-Sticks and it’s so silky! Love it.

BTW, I really miss Bite’s old formula lipsticks. The new ones feel a little drier and the colors aren’t as good (for my coloring, anyway.)

I’d say Clinique Color Pop lipstick is the most balmy and conditioning out of those I tried. Lancôme Lip Lover glosses are also good, NARS sheer lipstick in Cruising that I have also takes great care of my lips. MAC creamsheen formula lipsticks are also fantastic 🙂

Probably this (fairly unknown) lipstick by BE Creative Make Up! It’s called the Brilliant Shine Lipstick. Super juicy, super hydrating.

I have super dry lips. As far as lipsticks go, I love the Armani Rouge Ecstacy, and their Ecstacy Lacquer. Revlon lip butters are pretty good too, but the color doesn’t last as long.

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