a crayonlike oil-based cosmetic used in coloring the
, usually in a tubular container.
a cosmetic for colouring the lips, usually in the form of a stick
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From earrings and necklaces to lipstick and tattoos, humans across cultures decorate themselves.
She wore bright lipstick, her nails were painted red, and her hair was cut in an unusual bob.
Atop one of the speakers a lipstick and a compact mirror.
Her shoulder-length brown hair had been brushed, her red lipstick neatly applied.
Get everything right and sales rise all round, from the magazine to the lipstick and the nail-varnish.
Of course, if the lipstick is new, you'll have to wait until it's used a few times to get a good reading.
She wore berry-pink lipstick outlined with a brick-colored lip liner, and her frosted blond hair in a simple chin-length bob.
Sometimes she would take out her compact and apply lipstick when someone was boring her.
She took out my lipstick everything out of my makeup.
Avoiding the sun and/or using lip balm with sunscreen or using colored lipstick may decrease the risk of lip cancer.
If you want the candle to be a color other than white, add pieces of crayon or lipstick tubs to the melted paraffin.
As you might imagine, there was never a problem with lipstick on the mirrors at that school ever again.