Post # 1
Ok Bees, I hardly EVER wear lipstick, so maybe this question has a really obvious answer…but I’m gonna give it a shot anyhow 😉
So, is there any kind of lipstick that I can wear that won’t get all over my poor groom’s face as we’re kissing on our wedding day? It would just be SO much more comfortable to be able to kiss and him not have to constantly wipe his lips off so it doesn’t look like he’s trying to match the bride 🙂
Post # 4
i would love to hear more answers to this 🙂
ETA: I would love to know if there are any cheaper options… I don’t really want to pay $22 for lipstick hahaha…. but if that is the only way not to get it on FI I guess that is the price I will have to pay LOL
Post # 5
I have the same question! I never wear anything but chapstick on my lips and my FI is concerned about being covered in lip gloss after our first kiss haha
Post # 6
ooh i would love answers too!
Post # 7
I just bought Outlast Lipstain by covergirl. I usually wear high end make-up but forgot the tube on the way to an event so stopped at the drug store and bought this. It stayed on all night long with no issue and it didn’t come off on anything including my drinking glass. I would give this a shot.
Post # 8
Loreal Endless works for me, i wear Crimson Joy, which is really red…
then i can go out to dinner, kiss the hub, etc, and i may have to touchit up once in an 8 hour time frame…
Post # 9
I wore a lipstick from The Balm which is a creamy more natural looking/feeling lipstick and then I just applied a matching gloss over it for pictures,etc. It worked out well and I didn’t get it all over my groom 😛 I also use a make-up setting spray from Urban Decay, others make it too, which I highly suggest because it helped my make-up not melt off in the heat and it looked as amazing at 12a.m as 2p.m.
Post # 10
Seconding CoverGirl Outlast. I have it in three shades and love it to bits. One of the shades is a bright berry red and I can kiss DH until the cows come home but he will stay berry-free.
Only downside is that my lips dry out faster while wearing it, but as long as I re-apply the gloss that comes with it every few hours or so, I’m fine.