Ultimate Guide Of Lipstick Types Every Woman Must Know


Lipstick is a cosmetic product with colored pigments designed to improve the appearance and texture of your lips. When you screw the top of the tube on most lipsticks, you're greeted with a colorful crayon-like substance. Makeup artists utilize intense and brilliant hues, like traditional red lipsticks, to make lips stand out rather than replicate the natural color of the lips.


Whether a deep plum or a soft coral, every woman has a go-to shade of lips make up product. Choosing the right lipstick types are the beginning of the process. You need to understand the different textures and varieties of lipstick to wear your favorite hue confidently. Here's a brief explanation of the five most common varieties of lipstick, how they work, and when to apply them so you can look your best.


Ultimate guide of lipstick types

In terms of color, you may consider lipsticks to be frosted or shimmered. When describing them, you may not think of them in this manner at all. If you want to pick the correct lipsticks for your appearance, you need to consider that there are many different lipstick types and kinds, lipsticks may be broadly classified as follows:

1. Matte Lipstick

Lipsticks labeled "matte" have a matte texture and are best used when you want a deep, dramatic color. Matte lipsticks are among the most pigmented on the market (think burgundy, deep red, and so on). Despite this, they contain more wax and less oil, which is why they are lackluster. Using them is ideal when you don't want to bother about retouching your makeup, such as during a formal event or a night out. Choosing the incorrect shade or applying it to lips that haven't been adequately prepped will make them look terrible.

 matte lipstick


2. Creamy Lipstick

This lipstick is between matte lipstick and popular lip gloss in terms of color. Compared to matte lipsticks, creamy lipstick come in more hues and are easier to apply since they contain more oil than wax in their formulas. They're bright and shiny but also long-lasting and seldom need to be touched up. Ensure your lips are prepped correctly before applying the lipstick for the most satisfactory results (exfoliated, primed, and hydrated).

 creamy lipstick


3. Sheer Lipstick

This is a kind of lipstick that is a little sheerer and has a little more color than a cream formula does. Touch-ups are necessary throughout the day and night, but these lipsticks are simple to apply, offer a wide variety of hues, and mix nicely with different lip colors. They also look fantastic.



4. Shimmer Lipstick

Lipstick with shimmer have a similar texture to cream lipsticks but have a lot more sparkle and glide. To provide the appearance of fuller, plumper lips without drying them out, these lipsticks include shimmer pigments (colors with minuscule pieces of glitter added). They're easy to put on and great for formal gatherings and evenings.



5. Glossy Lipstick

Those with thin lips might benefit from glossy lipsticks, which are available in various hues and are simple to apply. Glossy lipstick come in a wide range of colors, including nude, sheer, and skin tones, and have a high shine that attracts emphasis to the lips.

 glossy lipstick


6. Moisturizing Lipstick

Remember that these lipstick types are pretty moisturizing, which might speed up your makeup routine. Lipsticks containing glycerin, aloe, and vitamin E provide intense hydration to the lips while providing a broad selection of shades. They have a glossy appearance, and some even have glimmering tones.

 Lip balm


7. Frosted Lipstick

Unlike glimmer lipsticks, they reflect light and come in various shades. Depending on the shade, frosted lipsticks may either match the color of the lips or add a little fullness to the mouth by accentuating it. To prevent them from drying out your skin, look for a moisturizing formulation or conduct pre-application moisturizing before using them.

Lip scrub

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