Vanity Fare: Get the perfect pout with these moisturising lip products


With the right lipcare product, you can kiss a parched pout goodbye. Photo: 3CE

Choosing the right lip care product is essential for healthy lips. Beyond just offering an attractive shine, lip balms can also nourish and protect.

Consider these latest offerings, which can help in banishing dry, chapped lips.

Hydrating gel

New in Malaysia, Korean cosmetics brand 3CE Stylenanda offers a variety of lip products from matte to glossy formulas.

Renowned for its earthy tones, the brand’s lip products a wider spectrum of hues from vibrant oranges, intense reds to lovely pinks.

One of the brand’s top picks is the Blur Water Tint, a hydrating water gel formula with a soft and blurry finish.

Apply it to the lips for a soft lip look with minimal smear with a blurry finish, or smudge it on the lips for a slight tint.

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Soft-blurring effect

Tarte’s Maracuja Juicy Lip Vinyl is a glossy, shiny and juicy formula that drenches lips in a slick, wet-look finish for record-breaking wet lips.

This mirror-shine balm, gloss and colour is an all-in-one solution that aims to leave your lips irresistibly juicy, with 30% of its formula infused with WetShine complex for mirror-shine, wet lips.

Its formulation includes hyaluronic acid and over 10 superfruits which nourish your lips, while its soft-blurring effect minimises the look of lip lines.

Long-wearing comfort

Dear Dahlia’s Sheer Dew Lipstick, a non-sticky, moisture-infused formula is available in six shades and offers comfortable wear and a natural, shiny texture.

The long-lasting formula gently melts on your lips for a radiant shine and with each additional coat, it boasts a comfortably smooth and non-sticky application.

Formulated with shea butter and other natural hydrating ingredients, it offers an ultra-comfortable and weightless wear.

It is infused with dahlia variabilis flower extract, which has proven skin-conditioning properties known to help protect the skin and provide long-lasting benefits to promote healthy-looking skin.

Seamless application

An ultra-light lipstick from Innisfree, the Airy Matte Lipstick has an air-like texture that glides on smoothly and feels as soft as your own lips.

Seamless and soft-blending, it also contains a ceramide complex that helps to minimise flakiness for a vivid, smooth application.

Free of animal ingredients, parabens, talc, polyacrylamide, fragrance, imidazolidinyl urea, triethanolamine and PEG surfactant, this ensures it is mild and comfortable on skin even after long wear.

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Unique texture

Amuse’s Jel-Fit Tint has an adhering jelly-like texture that expresses lip volume with clear colour and glow, and maintains long-lasting vitality of the lips.

With 12-hour lasting colour, glow and moisture, it contains lightweight and high viscosity oil and film former to ensure it adheres to the lips and leaves a jelly coating finish.

A unique jelly-like texture reduces transfer, stickiness and dryness and gives lasting colour, glow and moisture.

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