5 Key Makeup Swaps for Summer

When it comes to adding a pop of color to your

look, lip products are a classic choice.

From lip stains to tints to lipsticks, there are countless options available for adding moisture and pigment to your pout. But with so many options, it can be hard to know which one is the best choice for you. In this blog post, we’ll be discussing the differences between lip stains, lip tints, and lipsticks. 


Lip stainsare a type of lip product that uses water, dyes, glycerin, and pigment to create a long-lasting, lightweight tint on the lips (Try long-lasting, transfer-proof and budge-proofWonder Blading Lip Stain)

Lip tintsare similar to lip stains, but tend to be more pigmented and opaque, resulting in a bolder, more dramatic lip color.

Lipsticks, on the other hand, come in a wide range of finishes and shades and are known for their ability to add moisture and color to the lips.

Did you know that the first recorded use of lip color dates all the way back to ancient Sumeria, where both men and women used crushed gemstones to add pigment to their lips and cheeks? In ancient Egypt, lip color was seen as a sign of wealth and status, and both men and women used a variety of ingredients, including crushed insects and plant dyes, to create vibrant lip colors.

Fast forward to the early 20th century, and lipsticks were all the rage. In 1915, Maurice Levy invented the first swivel-up tube of lipstick, making it easier for women to apply their lip color on the go. And in the 1930s, Hollywood glamour queen Mae West popularized the bold, red lip, solidifying it as a classic look that is still beloved today.

Of course, all this goes to show how important lip colors have been and continue to be. (Didn't think you'd get a history lesson while reading about lipsticks - did you?)

Luckily, we don't have to crush insects or gemstones for a pop of color. If anything, we are spoilt for choice!

 So which is the ultimate better product –lip stain, lip tint, or lipstick? While it ultimately comes down to personal preference, lip stains may be the best choice for those looking for a long-lasting, hydrating lip color. Lip stains provide a natural, sheer color that is buildable, making them a versatile choice for any occasion. Plus, with their ability to last for hours on end without smudging or fading, lip stains are the perfect choice for those with busy lifestyles. In conclusion, lip stains, lip tints, and lipsticks are all great choices for adding color and moisture to the lips.


From ancient Sumeria to Hollywood glamour, lip color has come a long way, and there’s never been a better time to experiment with different shades and finishes to find the perfect lip product for you.