Give into your matte obsession without drying out your lips


Posted at May 23 2018 02:59 PM | Updated as of May 25 2018 11:40 AM

Many find matte lips chic and empowering--whether the color is a soft neutral that lifts up an everyday look, or a dramatic bold shade for nights out on the town.

Because of its versatility, matte lipstick is a staple in many people's makeup bags. 

Love the look of matte, but afraid of drying out your lips? Try Careline's creamy matte Kiss Sticks (P175) and this quick lip routine to keep your pout feeling and looking soft and supple. 


1. If your lips are chapped, exfoliate. No need for fancy scrubs as you can simply take a pinch of sugar--a cheap beauty hack--and gently massage it onto your lips in a circular motion. 
2. To further moisturize your lips, swipe on a nourishing lip balm like Careline's Lip Balm (P60) or Candy Balm (P90), which is enriched with Vitamin E. You'll love reapplying this throughout the day as it smells and tastes delicious. 
3. With your lips soft and supple, you'll feel more confident to swipe on any matte lipstick as it will glide on more smoothly. 

Careline Kiss Sticks are formulated to go on creamy and set with a flawless matte finish, so no need to worry about cracked and dry lips. 

They deliver high color impact with just one swipe, and you'll never tire of using them as you have 12 exciting shades to choose from: Lucid, Pinch, Edge, Native, Grrrl, Vacay, Just Better, Martian, Mantra, Fruit Punch, Lady Like, and All Day. With this versatile range, you can easily find your match.

Careline Kiss Sticks have a creamy-matte and pigmented finish so each swipe goes a long way. It also features a built-in sharpener and has 12 shades.

In addition, helping out every budding makeup maven, the Careline Kiss Stick range is also designed with a built-in sharpener, making it handy for those quick touch-ups. 

Give in to your matte obsession and never feel guilty, because with Careline Kiss Stick, your lips look and feel great!

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