I have small lips and lip lines, as a result I seldom wear lipstick and when I have been bold enough to try it, it seems to run out of the lips and give me a “ring mouth”. Years ago I found that I didn’t need lipstick anyway when I have a good lip liner. Older women all seem to have the same complaints when it comes to lips, lip lines, colors, etc when you have lip lines surrounding the lips the colors bleed up and down into the lines and away from the lips.
PROS: This liner cost me less than $3.00 and it’s just as good as the nineteen dollar ones. It’s not too soft to where it will just bend and smear all over your face and isn’t like cement hard where it’ll pull skin, cause more lines and may leave a scratch or welt! The liner will last a decent amount of time, especially for how cheap in price it is. This cool stick actually has a tiny, stiff brush on the other end incase you wan’t a more natural line or don’t wan’t drawn on lips.
CONS: The con would have to be that they don’t have a big selection of colors available yet,
BOTTOM LINE: Buy this lip liner, it is cheap and it is great all the way around.
TIP: What I do is to use lip liner as my lipstick, it lasts three times longer and usually holds up through eating, drinking or kissing, for those of you that have access to someone that you want to kiss. Now you older women that have never tried replacing lipstick with lip liner, try it one time and you will never go back, the lip liner will not bleed outside of the lips if applied correctly that is. And another plus is that lipstick currently is so disgustingly overpriced and liners are five times cheaper, the ONLY downside is that you will be more limited with shades but you will look so much better and it just makes more sense, since it holds up through almost anything.