How to Use Lip and Cheek Tint
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When you think dewy look, you immediately go to lip and cheek tint. That's because this sheer makeup item gives you the glow you need to pull off a fresh look.

Lip and Cheek Tint 

Lip and cheek tint is the go-to item in your arsenal for achieving a natural, cohesive makeup look with minimal effort. This multitasking product is a staple for monochromatic makeup, where you use the same color family across your face. 

The L'Oréal Paris Glow Paradise Lip and Cheek Tint is a versatile option, offering a sheer, dewy finish. Its hydrating formula, infused with aloe and rose extracts, keeps your skin moisturized. Plus, it is dermatologist-tested and non-comedogenic, making it safe for all skin types. This tint is a must-have for those looking to streamline their makeup routine or for on-the-go touch-ups, offering convenience without compromising on style.

How to Use

Applying to Lips

Lip tint provides long-lasting color and hydration, ideal for a natural look. You can choose to apply the product directly to your bare lips or over lipstick for a glossy finish.

Use the applicator or your fingers to apply from the center of the lips outward.

Removing Lip Tint

When using an oil-based makeup remover or natural alternatives like olive or coconut oil, apply to a cotton pad and gently wipe off the tint.

A product favorite for removing lip tint is Cle de Peau Eye And Lip Makeup Remover, which costs $60 for 4.20 ounces and effortlessly removes makeup, including long-wear foundation, lipstick, and waterproof eye makeup, without rubbing. Its oil-based formula moisturizes and hydrates the delicate skin around the eyes and lips, promoting resilience with olive leaf extract and protecting eyelashes with camellia oil and argan oil.

Alternatively, use a toothbrush with lip balm or Vaseline to remove any residual tint.

Applying to Cheeks

Start with skincare by applying moisturizer and sunscreen and allowing time to absorb.

Use your fingers or a beauty blender to blend the tint from the apples of your cheeks toward your cheekbones.

For pot-style tints, warm the product between your fingers before applying.

Removing Cheek Tint

Use an oil-based makeup remover balm for gentle removal without scrubbing.

Experts suggest CeraVe Makeup Remover Cleansing Balm for this step because it features a unique melting balm formula with jojoba oil that effectively dissolves even the most long-lasting makeup. Developed with dermatologists, this balm leaves skin feeling moisturized and comforted, without a greasy residue. This $14 product is suitable for all skin types, including sensitive skin, it helps maintain the skin's natural barrier with three essential ceramides.