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Lip stain

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Lip stain

Lip stain is a cosmetic product used to color the lips, usually in form of a liquid or gel.[1] It generally stays on longer than lipstick by leaving a stain of color on the lips.[2]

However, it can dry the lips and is not recommended for winter.[3]


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