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5 Best Tips To Removing Lip Colour | KOKO Brides
Monday, June 24, 2024

    5 Best Tips To Removing Lip Colour

    Lip stains, and highly pigmented long-wear formulas can be challenging to remove at the end of the day. A variety of household products, including petroleum jelly and natural oils, can melt away long-lasting colour.

    Makeup removal products like cold cream, micellar water, and a range of colour removers and scrubs will quickly eliminate lip pigments as well. Use soft cotton pads or a washcloth to apply your chosen remover.

    Apply petroleum jelly

    Petroleum jelly is one of many products that you can use to create a hydrating “mask” that will loosen even stubborn stains.

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    Apply a thick layer. Be sure to leave the jelly for at least five minutes to let it soak in and work on the stain before you use a cotton makeup remover pad or a paper towel to wipe it off.

    Try coconut oil

    Much like petroleum jelly, coconut oil will create a hydrating layer over your lipstick that will help loosen it and make it easier to wipe off.

    Because of its consistency, coconut oil can run and will be somewhat messier than petroleum jelly.

    Try eye makeup remover

    Although this will dry your lips out more than coconut oil or petroleum jelly, standard eye makeup removal products will often do the trick on stubborn long wear stains.

    Eye makeup remover will be especially effective if you prep your lips first by applying balm and then exfoliating. Put the eye makeup remover on a cotton pad or paper towel and wipe over lips, repeating if needed.

    Avoid getting eye makeup remover in your mouth because it’s only designed for external use.

    Wash with a gentle cleanser after using the makeup remover. Pat dry and apply balm to return some moisture to your lips.

    Try an oil-based cleanser to remove long-lasting stain. You just rub it, then when you add water, it becomes a milky consistency and turns into a cleanser.

    Try face or body lotion

    Sometimes when you are on the go, you might not have access to coconut oil, petroleum jelly, or a proper makeup remover. Lotions can serve as colour removers in a pinch.

    While lotions might be better suited to removing eye makeup and foundation/face powders, they will be helpful if you have none of the other options handy. Apply the lotion to your lips and then use a makeup remover pad or paper towel to remove it.

    Be careful to avoid getting the lotion in your mouth. Only apply it to the outside of your mouth.

    After removing the lipstick, carefully wipe off any excess lotion, wash your lips with a gentle cleanser, and then thoroughly pat your lips dry.

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