lipstick

[lip-stik]
noun
a crayonlike oil-based cosmetic used in coloring the lips, usually in a tubular container.

Origin:
1875–80, Americanism; lip + stick1

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lipstick (ˈlɪpˌstɪk)
 
n
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.
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