2. You remember your first lipstick attempt.
It wasn’t pretty.
3. “My Lips But Better” shades bore you.
The au naturel look is fine and all, but you’d rather play with color.
5. Maisie Williams gets you.
6. Makeup stores are dangerous.
You WILL spend too much time trying on lipstick, and you WILL spend too much money on said lipstick. You will justify this by telling yourself that this shade of bright red is probably most definitely different from the bright red you already own.
7. But it’s great having so many color options to choose from.
The world is your oyster.
8. You’ve mastered the fine art of lipstick application.
You always use a lip brush to control exactly where color is deposited. And if you don’t have one, you put the tube in the fridge. The cooler temperature keeps the tip sharp, so it’s easier to stay within the lines.
9. You can’t stand lipstick mishaps.
Getting lipstick on your teeth is an inexcusable offense.
11. As is eating and drinking without smudging.
12. You’re paranoid about feathering.
You use primer, lip liner, and a dab of translucent powder.
13. You even own a little-known product called INVISIBLE LIP LINER.
And you frequently enjoy whipping it out in the ladies’ bathroom so others can ask you WHAT WITCHCRAFT IS THAT.
15. Along with a tissue for blotting.
Or you just use your finger and hope nobody notices.
16. Chapped lips are a daily struggle.
Flaky dead skin on your perfect pout is your worst nightmare, so you exfoliate religiously.
18. You’re all set to seal a love letter with a kiss.
You know, if you had any love letters to send.
19. Discontinuing your favorite color is not okay.
You’ll never be ready for this kind of breakup. Should tragedy befall you, Three Custom Color Specialists can recreate the discontinued shade.
20. Your significant other is used to lipstick stains.
And your roommates are used to lipstick-rimmed glasses and mugs.
21. When your friends look like this:
22. Going out without your trademark bright lips feels weird.
Something’s definitely missing.
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