So I’ve taken on the challenge to write a post a day for 31 days. I’ve been struggling to post every day, so I thought this challenge would be a great way to push me towards getting it done! Today’s post has to include some sort of infographic. I decided to make an infographic for my LipSense business! If you have an questions about LipSense, or how to purchase items, feel free to join my Facebook VIP Group Christina’s LipLoverlies.
What is LipSense?
I love LipSense because of how long it lasts, and that it’s smudge proof, waterproof, vegan, not tested on animals, and 98% natural! It’s the only lip color I wear anymore. I always hated the way that lip color came off when eating, kissing my son or husband, and a multitude of other activities. With LipSense, this doesn’t happen. The color molecularly bonds to your lips, creating a long-lasting color that doesn’t move!
How do you apply LipSense?
The process of applying LipSense is very different than applying a normal lipstick, which makes it tricky for beginners to use. LipSense has a wand for application, and the process involves putting on three thin layers of color. The infographic here aids you in putting on those three layers, and areas where problems may occur.
Tips & Tricks Infographic
- Use the Ooops Remover or a Lip Scrub (I prefer a sugar scrub) to prime your lips before applying color. By using either of these products, you’re providing a clean slate for the LipSense’s bonding to work.
- Voraciously shake the color, or colors, that you are planning on using. LipSense colors are extremely pigmented and don’t have filler products to keep them mixed. This is why it’s very important to shake them well before applying for full pigmentation.
- Wipe all excess color off the application wand before putting on lips. It may seem like there’s nothing on the wand, but trust me, there is! Plus, you want thin even layers in order to allow the LipSense to molecularly bond to your lips to it’s fullest extent.
- Allow each layer of color to dry for 30-60 seconds. The more matte the color, the longer dry time you should allow.
- Once finished applying the three layers of color, you want to gloss it up! Gloss is not only what finishes the molecular bonding process by setting the color, it also moisturizes & protects! Make sure to gloss throughout the day to give the most protection possible.
I hope this LipSense infographic helps with any issues you may have, and makes the color last even longer for you!