Ever since I’ve started making videos, I’ve gained a whole new appreciation for lipstick. I hate leaving lipstick remnants all over the place, and I love to kiss, so I’ve avoided it before. But on camera it makes a major difference, and since I became a redhead I’ve been loving wearing bright bold lipstick. The redder the better. So I’ve been on the hunt for how to make it stay where I want it, and not all over Atti’s cheeks.
This is the answer. It’s unbelievable. You put this on and you’ll still be wearing it when you wake up the next morning. The texture takes some getting used to, it’s a little bit like you’re putting a coat of paint on your lips, and with the darker colors you can sometimes get a demarcation line where your lips start to get moist, but nothing, and I mean NOTHING lasts like this stuff. Kissing, eating, drinking, even using chapstick. It stays.
It stays so long it’s almost a new kind of problem. Which I discovered one morning after the bus picked Atti up and I caught a glimpse of myself in the mirror. 8 in the morning is a little early for bright red lipstick, at least when it’s accompanied by disheveled hair and pajamas. I’m sure the busdriver was wondering what I’d been up to all night.