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Love Transfer Proof Lipstick? Try This DIY Peel-Off Lip Stain Instead!

Eden NoronhaEden Noronha  |  Jan 14, 2022
Love Transfer Proof Lipstick? Try This DIY Peel-Off Lip Stain Instead!

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Ever fallen in love with the ‘your lips, but better’ aesthetic? I know I have! The idea of fruity tinted lips that look plush and au naturel is something everyone finds desirable. That’s why products like tinted lip balms and watery lip tints are so popular—they offer a desirable wash of colour without making it look like you’re wearing a full-blown lipstick. The best-case scenario would be a lip tint that enhances your natural lip tone and doesn’t budge through meals or drinks. There are quite a few products that actually come through on that feat, but if you don’t already own any of them, this DIY is for you.

You may have come across reels where influencers use peel-off lip tints and do a whole reveal. Well, this DIY is inspired by just that. A peel-off lip stain that you can make with ingredients you already have at home, it’s so exciting and easy to try out. Once you nail this recipe, we won’t be surprised if you begin to use it every single chance you get.

DIY Peel-Off Lip Stain

This peel-off lip stain will give your lips a gorgeous natural tint that will last all day long. It is quick to create and fairly easy to apply.

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What You Need

  • Red food colouring
  • A peel-off mask
  • Spatula
  • Mixing palette

Method

  1. Squirt a pea sized amount of the peel-off skincare mask on a mixing palette.
  2. Take half a teaspoon of red food colouring and pour it over the peel-off mask.
  3. Combine both these ingredients with a spatula until you get a uniform red coloured paste.

Tip: You can even customise the shade by mixing in drops of a liquid lipstick or a melted cream lipstick.

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Application

  1. Exfoliate and moisturise your lips before application. Dab off any excess balm.
  2. Apply the paste to the centre of your lips and spread it out to the rest of your lips.
  3. Let the paste dry up completely. It should take about five to ten minutes.
  4. Peel off the dried up paste to reveal beautifully tinted lips.

If DIYs aren’t for you, we recommend these lip products:

Try out this DIY hack and tell us what you think!

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