Prompt: Cringe+Review: Tarte Pout Prep

Hi everyone. Happy Sunday!

My lips tend to dry out quickly. Not even exfoliators could help them. Few months ago, I noticed Fresh Tinted Lip Treatments helped moisturize my lips longer. But those around $24. And if their tinted, I want more shades. But I don’t want to spend that much on a lip balm.

Exfoliators are supposed to help with prepping your lips and I heard it also helps a little with the drying out. I’ve tried so many. From Dior’s expensive Lip Sugar to the cheapest I’ve heard so far E.L.F.’s in their lipstick package. I even tried making my own.

In between those two, I tried Fresh’s Lip Polish and its new wand type. I didn’t like the wand one as much for exfoliating, but it gave a nice glossy finish to my lips. As for the original Lip Polish, it was alright giving it a second try. Back in college I never liked it. Trying a sample again,  it’s ok. I think I’m not into brown sugar for exfoliating though. And I wanted more in an exfoliator.

GlamGlow’s lip scrub was nice and felt similar to Milani’s. However, I Cringe[d] with the taste in my mouth when little pieces found its way inside (YUCK!). I couldn’t tolerate it. Plus, there was something missing in it.

Tarte’s Rainforest of the Sea Lip Scrub in a pencil/marker packaging was cool to try. But it got really messy. And it didn’t seem to be working on my lips.

Bite Beauty’s both original lip scrub and Agave. Their whipped one was interesting to try. It applied on my lips without any sugar texture- just creamy. I didn’t think it did the job and don’t understand how it’s meant to exfoliate without the granules.

Agave was better than the original. But I couldn’t stand the smell. Is that just me??? Plus, I’m not into brown sugar scrubs (mainly for its smell).

Lush’s homemade lip scrubs that are delicious! They are popular, but I’m not into the dry texture. Plus, I wanted my lips to be conditioned. They just felt dried…. But it tasted so good (especially Popcorn)!

Milani Sweet Sugar Scrub was so sweet and was like putting a really nice desert on my lips. But let’s face it, it just wasn’t for my tastebuds.

E.L.F’s $3 lip scrub in a lipstick packaging is amazing. But breaks off when I use it. And it’s also missing something. But I’d use it if I didn’t keep breaking them.

Now, I’m sure I’m missing some others I have tried. But before this gets any longer, let me introduce to you the exfoliator I have tried and found I love more than all these.

Tarte has come out with another exfoliator called Pout Prep. I tried locating YouTube videos and haven’t found much on it. It retails for $16 and only has two reviews with ratings of 4-5 stars.


I ordered mine with a 15% off discount as a first time customer on their website. I am not new to their company. I’ve been buying their products from Sephora and Ulta.

Pout Prep is a “minty lip scrub and treatment Balm with moisturizing maracuja, shea butter, and exfoliating sugar to gently buff away flakes and treat thirsty lips.”

Both maracuja and shea butter sink deeply into lips to hydrate, firm, and protect from future drying, cracking, and/or chapping.

This product has vitamins C and E, Sunflower Seed Oil, and Carnauba Wax. If you’re not into wax in lip products, this may not be for you as it does contain wax.

When reading about this product, I thought of the $33 Dior Lip Sugar.


This product is designed with concentrated granita texture that gently transforms into a balm as it melts on lips. Both products consider themselves as a balm.

Are these similar? Perhaps in how their designed to be used. But the textures are completely different. You apply Dior’s like a lip balm and the sugar immediately melts onto your lips. Pout Prep’s sugar doesn’t immediately melt away. And you can remove by rinsing it.

I find when using Pout Prep first time, the sugar did melt onto my lips creating a balm like texture. But other times I’d have to rinse it off.

What is/are your favorite exfoliators?

Lip Smacker Tsum Tsum Collection

Just how cute are they! Disney’s Tsum Tsum collection from the maker’s of Lip Smacker lip balms.

There are so many characters and flavors. I haven’t found Minnie Mouse or Tigger, which are two I been wanting. I did find Mickey Mouse, which I wanted, but at the time couldn’t get.

For Star Wars and Lip Smacker fans, “…in a galaxy far, far away” four lip balms will be released. Sometime in April I hear Yoda, Darth Vader, Storm Trooper, and R2D2 will hit stores and Lip Smacker site. I’ve already seen reviews by my two favorite YouTube lip balm reviewers: Lip Balm Addict and PurpleStars02.

I’m usually wearing lipsticks often. But this year I seem to be going through a daily lip balm phase. I’m very picky about lip balms. I feel they are not very moisturizing or lasting. But wearing these, I feel like my lips are moisturized and once applied, I don’t feel the need to reapply within five minutes, thirty minutes, or an hour later. Even when I put this on before sleep, I wake up with my lips not dry.

Each character has their own flavor. After my review, I will tell you my top favorites and which I would like to have an extra. For review, the characters are picked by the pictures I took before blogging.

Tsum Tsum 1:

Based on pictures because my boxes are in my trunk, I have two Dale’s, rather than Chip and Dale. It’s a bit upsetting I didn’t check one box before purchasing when I went back to get its twin, but I still kept it. *facepalm for not reading the box before purchasing*


I might give one away to someone who really likes the smell of Kooky Oatmeal Cookie. This scent is not my favorite and if I were to have duplicates of certain Tsum Tsums, this one wouldn’t make the cut. I guess Dale just got lucky. Luck, the daily prompt word for yesterday… my mind’s still thinking about that. Anyways, these are so cute even if I don’t like the scent so much.

These stacked easy. Some Tsum Tsums for me were very hard to stack.

Removing is simple. Just twist the bottom cap and a half egg shape on the cap will appear. Smelling, this does smell like oatmeal cookies. But it’s not my kind of cookie flavor or smell.

On my hand this lip balm left no tint, just a shinyness. The same on my lips.

Tsum Tsum 2&3:

These Tsum Tsums are together pictured because their flavors are similar. Both have a blueberry scent.


On the left, from the movie Lilo and Stitch, meet Stitch.
Stitch’s flavor is Blueberry Wave. That scent reminds me of blueberry chewy Airheads. Though blueberry scent isn’t in my top five favorites, between this and Dory’s, this one to me, is more lighter blueberry scent and my favorite.


Below a swatch of this lip balm.


Dory, Dory, Dory… your memory might be a bit hazy, but Lip Smacker’s sure knows how to make you look, smell, and flavor named adorable. Blue Tang Berry, like I said before, a bit more stronger berry scent than Stitch’s. If you’re a blueberry fan you’ll love this one. Again no tint.


Tsum Tsum 4:

Daisy!


Glamorous Daisy with a scent just as glamorous as she. Daisy scent is Glamorous Cotton Candy and the shade of the balm is pink as her bow and shoes.


Just like all the others, Daisy leaves your lips shiny and tintless.


Tsum Tsum 5:

Most everyone’s favorite snowman from Frozen is back to bring you warm hugs and smiles.

With Olaf’s Icy Truffle Treat scent melting on your lips, you’re sure to turn the frown upside down.

When first purchasing and smelling, the scent reminded me of Andes mint chocolate. I love these mints.



Tsum Tsum 6:



Alice In Wonderland’s Cheshire cat scented in Plumberry Wonderland is sure to drift your nose buds into wonderland.


To me, this little furball (which is not so furry, more like rough) smells like bubble gum. Like all the other lip balms it doesn’t leave any tint, just a shine.

Tsum Tsum 7:

From the classic childhood movie of a child and his best friends who are stuffed animals comes the little old gray donkey who’s always down in the dumps and losing his tail.


For a character who’s so depressed, you would think their flavor would be a gloomy one and their name would quite so fit it. But nope! “Cheer Up Buttercup”, the sad lil’ Eeyore wants a smile on your face. Even when his face has none….


This Cheer Up Buttercup scent isn’t my favorite and not putting a smile on my face persay. I’d say Olaf won that job.


This balm like all the rest left a shine, but no tint.


Meet two of the many friends in the 100 acre woods.


Sadly, I don’t have bouncy fun, fun, fun… I’m the only one! Tigger. But enjoy a picture of the three friends in classic movie Winnie the Pooh.


Tsum Tsum 8:

This little bear stuffed with fluff (or should I say stuffed with balm), wasn’t the next on the list. I switched it because it goes along with Eeyore. Carrying his honey pot full of honey around and diving his hands and even his nose in it until he gets stuck, Winnie the Pooh loves his honey! So it’s only fitting that Lip Smacker would name a scent after his favorite snack in the world- honey!
This lip balm is called Honey Pot and it’s one of my favorites. This has a nice honey scent.

And here’s the swatch you probably don’t need to see; since it’s all the same- no tint, just shine.

Tsum Tsum 9:

Thumper from Bambi is up! It’s our second to last scented lip balm.



Thumper’s kisses smells like caramel on your lips. That’s why it’s called Caramel Kisses. As for me and caramel, well… caramels not my favorite candy, flavor, or scent. So when it comes to talking about it I’ll let Thumper’s quote speak for itself.


Tsum Tsum 10:

Last but not least, everyones favorite childhood fairy from Peter Pan. Well, most everyone’s. It’s Tinkerbell! 


Sending sparkles your way, maybe a little bit of pixie dust may magically sparkle your day with this Pixie Peach Pie scented lip balm.

The scent is a pleasing peachy scent. I like the color of this balm. And like all the others, it doesn’t leave any tint.



These Lip Smackers are cute. I love collecting these and trying to stack them. Some can be stubborn and not connect with another. I wish they were a bit easier in stacking.

At first when I tried opening Eeyor, I was ready to pop him open by pulling on his body until I turned him over to see the words, “Twist off”. The bottom twist off. I saw another YouTube video on Marvel collection that their heads came off. That’s why I started pulling on the body.


They have other characters on Lip Smacker website, such as Donald Duck pictured lol’n above.

If they were to come out with more, I wish they would come out with Disney Princess Tsum Tsums. At least the old classics- Ariel, Belle, Cinderella, Aurora, Snow White, and Sleeping Beauty. In addition to that, Pochahontas, Anna and Elsa from Frozen. They could make it like they did with the Marvel characters:


I hear Star Wars will be hitting stores in April. Lip Smackers if you read this, maybe you can make a tribute to Princess Leia and create a lip balm? A Tsum Tsum one. I wonder what flavor that would be….

One Year &Lip Smackers

Hey all. I haven’t written in a while. Today is the one year death anniversary of my grandma and in 11 days my Dad’s one year. So, my family and I had a prayer service for the two today.

After that, I decided to walk around Walmart. I was looking into lipsticks until I talked myself out of them and into lip balms. I looked at the ones they had and saw the lip smackers. They had four party packs of eight lip balms.

Not knowing the price, I took three of them to the cashier. I didn’t get the Original, which was one out of the four. The other I didn’t get was Nerds one because it rang up $8 and another one, Hershey’s rang up $5. The Skittles one was my first choice- it’s price- $8. But it was my first choice; therefore, the price didn’t matter much.

Skittles pack I will review first on just because it was the first I had opened and tried. Taste-wise all the Skittles and Hershey’s ones were tolerable to me except for Berry Punch, the first lip balm I used today. All of the Skittles lip balms applied nicely on my lips. Hershey’s party pack had two to three that had a little to much harder time gliding onto my lips because of the wax. After they heated touching lips, they glided on smoothly.

Skittles:

“Taste the Rainbow”

1. Strawberry:

Strawberry has two in this collection.

This Strawberry is one of the two in Skittles pack. Why they added two, who knows. But I noticed this one has a stronger strawberry smell than the other one. Maybe they decided to make a light scented one for those sensitive to stronger scent? Whatever the case, for me this scent wasn’t my fave between the two. I preferred the lighter scented, which is shown down below.


2. Green Apple:

This Green Apple smelled so good. For me, this was lighter and tolerable than the ChapStick company’s Green Apple (I’m not sure if their’s was sour or not). Taking the picture, the packaging on this reminds me of Christmas. Green Apple scent reminded me of green apply lollipop.
3. Strawberry Starfruit:


Mind my tearing the packaging. I suck at opening anything and everything. I needed something to place the lip balm on as I take photo and thought the packaging would be good.

Anyways, another strawberry! This one is Strawberry Starfruit. I never smelled a starfruit before but I know there is such a thing because I teach it to the kids and have seen a picture. This lip balm to me, I don’t know what I’m smelling. It’s not pure strawberry I’m smelling (that was my first thought). Either way, the scent is a very nice light scent.

4. Banana Berry:

The first time I smelled this Banana Berry, I could only smell banana. Usually, I hate the smell of banana on any lip balms. But this one I didn’t mind. It wasn’t overpowering. Now as I take another sniff at it, I notice berry scent mixed with the banana. It is a nice smell; however, not my everyday bowl of fruit.

5. Mango Tangelo:

Before I start talking about this one, I do have to mention: I LOVE MANGO! I love the fruit. I love the scent. I have The Body Shop’s Mango Lip Butter, which smells exactly like this one. There’s only a few mango flavored things I don’t like and this is not one of them. It smells like mango like I had mentioned. If you like The Body Shop one, you will or may like this, too.

6. Raspberry:

I wish I could try this one out to review, but I can’t due to my Nickel Food Allergy and Allergic Rhinitis. Everything I smell that I’m allergic to will soar into my nose and into my sinus areas where pressure will generate.

One time I sprayed Wonderstruck on me last year and the raspberry smell made my nose want to burst and bleed. My eyes watered and my head pained so badly.

Therefore, sorry I am unable to review it. I did smell it to see whether or not it will be bearable for me. However, it immediately messed with my sinus area.

7. Berry Punch:

Berry Punch, I want to call Berry Burst, though I don’t know why. This one my nose does get a little strong scent from it. But it’s the one I wore when I first opened it and it didn’t bother my sinuses as much as Raspberry did. The scent is not my first choice, but I’d wear it once in awhile.

Well, there you have it. Enough Skittles to taste the rainbow! Out of the eight or seven since one I cannot use at all, my most favorite ones- Strawberry Starfruit, Mango Tangelo, and the second Strawberry.

One thing I wish they did, instead of adding two strawberries, there could have been another flavor. Other than that, I feel like these are very moisturizing and highly worth the price! Even at $8, you get eight in a pack, that’s $1/lip balm, which some single lip balms start at $1.

Now onto the Hershey’s pack. Though I am not supposed to have chocolate due to heavy nickel, I found the chocolate ones tolerable except for Hershey’s Kisses. That one had a bit more stronger scent than the Reese’s and and Hershey’s themselves.

1. Bubble Yum Original:

This one on first application started breaking, tiny pieces flaking on my lips. However, once it heated up, the application was more smoother.

2. Hershey’s Kisses:

Why does this one have to be such a strong scent compared to the other two!!! I love chocolate. I was hoping if I can use these maybe I can lay off the candies themselves. I’m not quite sure whether or not I can wear the other two, however, this one, I choose not. It does smell like Hershey’s Kisses. This is one of the two that does leave a slight tint on the lips.

3. Reese’s:

I would never have guessed the product would be orange. I don’t know why. I thought it would be more brownish. The bright orange surprised me. I really like this one. This definitely smells like Reese’s. This one took a few seconds before it heated and glided on lips.

4. Jolly Rancher Cherry &Watermelon:I decided to review both these at the same time so that way the blog won’t be so long and also because they are in the same category- Jolly Rancher. They both smell really nice. They both easily glided on lips.

5. Hershey’s Milk Chocolate:

Like the other chocolate flavors, this one smells just like milk chocolate. I am iffy on if I will keep using it. I am trying Reese’s because that one didn’t give me much of a headache. This one gave me a slight one that’s all. This one had the most tint. Apply this all over and your lips will look chocolatey smooth and moisturized!

6. Bubble Yum Cotton Candy:

Compared to the Original, this one applied more smoothly quicker without any breakage, flakes, etc. It has a light scent that is easily missed on my end. But I still like and will use it.

7. Twizzlers Strawberry:

And another strawberry. For strawberry lovers, I’ll tell you you’ll love the first pack giving you two strawberries and a strawberry starfruit. And if you get both of these packs, you’re all set with three strawberry balms.

I can’t smell anything on this one. But to be honest, before when I ate Twizzlers, I used to smell them sometimes and don’t remember any scent that stood out to me. I’m sure someone out there can smell it. Just my nose cannot. But the application glides on smoothly.

Overall, I like these Lip Smackers. Would I buy them again? Yes and no. Yes for the Skittles; no for the Hershey’s mainly because Hershey’s has more of what I shouldn’t have- chocolate. The other had only Raspberries. If chocolate didn’t set off allergies, I’d definitely buy more. I am trying the Reese’s one to see if I can tolerate it. It’s the lightest scent between the three.

Have you tried any Lip Smackers?

NARS’s Velvet Lip Glide

Velvet Lip Glide is soft yet strong. Effortless and intense. Polished and provocative. It encourages you not to compromise.

These thirteen NARS Velvet Lip Glide’s are $26 each. Sephora sells a holiday Mind Game Lip Glide Set for $45. This set contains six minis (three cult faves and three limited editions).

Velvet Lip Glides are “high-pigment formula that glides like a gloss, cloaks like a lipstick- and feels like nothing else.”

These lip glides are non sticky, semi-matte without the dryness. NARS’ lip glides are “developed with Oil Infusion Complex, an innovative concentration of precious oils, fused to create a smooth-glide effect. Fully coats lips on contact with smooth, saturated, semi-matte style.

Named for the personal power and play of ’70s counterculture, Velvet Lip Glide shades invoke the era’s new vibe with references to legendary venues and unforgettable attitude.

Mineshaft: Above is mineshaft. This is a bright yellow-red shade that I love. It’s bright for a summertime day. Summer is over, but this color gives you something to hope for. This shade looks more orange on me. At least, it does to me. I love this one. It doesn’t seem patchy or inconsistent when applying. It glides on like NARS claims.La Main Bleue: A rich berry shade. This is the first one I purchased at Sephora store before buying the set and Mineshaft online.

I have worn this one at least two full days. I love this shade. Although it may not last all day for me, it’s easy to reapply at lunch time.Bound: Above and below pictures show a beautiful nude shade called bound. Bound is a soft rose pink on NARS’ site; on Sephora’s as a soft magenta.

Looking at the picture, this shade does not seem too much on me. It looks okay. But off the camera, I feel like this shade does not cover my dark spots on the outer areas of my lips as much as other colors.

No. 675: This shade is one of the three limited edition shades. This is a deep peach shade. Off camera, it looked like a brownish shade on me. I think it was due to the lighting. Overall, I really love this shade.

Chez Claude: I love this shade ever since my first swatch at Sephora store! Chez Claude is a warm pink. Usually pinks are my least favorite to wear on me. La Main Bleue and this are two of my favorites I have tried so far with this product. Chez Claude is another of the three limited edition lip glides.

Unspeakable: Described on Sephora’s site, Unspeakable is a reddish pink. NARS describes it as a Garnet color on theirs. On me, this doesn’t seem to have any pinks. It looks more dark brown with some reddish shade.

Plato’s: This is another favorite shade and it is a limited edition shade. This shade is described as a deep pink. This is another shade of pink I’m loving.

Toy: Toy is described as a deep plum on Sephora; however, on NARS’ site- deep aubergine.

Sephora’s how to use list three ways on applying these lip glides. Apply to bare lips for best color pay off and wear.

For more dramatic look, line the lips with NARS’ Velvet Lip liner for definition. Then, fill in with the lip glide for more intense, semi-matte color.

Blot lips and allow color to set for a few minutes for a sheer look.

Finally, for a stain effect, apply by pressing pigment into lips with the fingertips.

I never liked lip glosses. But this velvet textured lip glide doesn’t feel sticky and too much on my lips. I love the color pay off and that there is more than one way to wear it. There are thirteen shades and three limited edition included in the six mini holiday set. These feel moisturizing. They never make my lips feel dry or cracked/chapped.

This lip glides are semi-matte, as NARS claims; therefore, they do not dry fully matte and transfer can be expected. Depending on which of the three ways you apply it, transfer can range from little to a lot. Read below for the three ways to apply.

Each mini sized lip glides contain 0.12 oz/3.5 mL of product. Full size products contain 0.2 oz/5.9147 mL. The set is $45 and contains six mini. Each individual full size sells for $26.

Prompt: Subdue

Today, is a rather Subdued kind of day. I can’t shake this feeling I have felt since last September.

No matter what I do, I feel like a failure. Useless. Worthless. No one needs me.

I spend my money because the only place I can roam off to, if not home, is the shopping centers. Squander every dollar, every penny.

Somehow, I have not touched my emergency funds envelope I started this month for a class I’m taking.

An African American lady yelled at me- how I’m blocking the whole damn street- in her own words. She almost hit my car to make me reverse. Stubborn me just honked my horn not moving. Was I right? Was I wrong? Maybe that was a battle I should have walked away from.

But this is why I stayed. I sat there waiting for a parking space for like 5 minutes. I turned the correct way where the arrows show entrance. She just comes from the opposite side and knows I’m there. The lady walking knew I was there.

Yet, this lady in the car decides to ask her if she could have that parking space.

I felt invisible. I felt hurt. Why do people have to be so rude? And then she has the nerve to call me rude for I’m entering the area correctly and waiting patiently for a parking space when she’s coming from the other end and saying I’m blocking the street. I wanted to tell her lady, this is not a street. But I decided not to.

Julep Zodiac Nail Polish & Matte Lip Mousse

“If you can put it on, you can pull it off. #bravepretty” -Julep

Hello, everyone. After a long struggle in removing my package from the mailbox, I have received my package from Julep! I ordered their Zodiac nail polish collection and a It’s Whipped: Matte Lip Mousse in Beso.

Beso is an orange shade. I love their “Kiss Me” shade. However, this orange shade does not apply very well for me. I feel like the coverage was not great. I had to apply at least 2-3 coats before my dark area was covered. It looks and feels less smooth. This orange shade is not that bad. I would wear it if only I did not have to apply too much and it felt a little more smoother. But I will try again! These matte whipped mousses sell for $16 each.


The next and final thing I had in the package, Zodiac collection nail polishes.


This collection comes with 12 nail polishes nicely packaged. The packaging is adorable. This also comes with a small booklet talking about each Zodiac polish shade. This collection is a $168 value priced at $98. I have not yet tried these shimmering 12 month shades, but they look so gorgeous I plan on trying it soon. As soon as my Formula X ones begin fading off my nails.

Lancôme Lip Primer

Apparently, this little bullet is the best there is; moisturizing, smoothing, and keeping your lipsticks last longer, especially the dry down mattes.

Pardon the slight pinkish ombré-ness. I had used this before applying my Julep’s Whipped “Kiss Me” and Smashbox’s Always On “Miss Conduct”.

With or without this primer, I like how Julep liquid lipstick feels on my lips. It’s not overly drying at first. I haven’t worn it all day to see the longevity and feel of it, though.

However, this primer underneath Smashbox’s gave my lips a nondrying feel as this dried down to its matte finish.

When I first wore Miss Conduct couple months ago, I was able to have little to no transfer. It was mainly the red shades that had more transfer. This was obviously worn without the primer, since this is my first time trying a primer other than Too Faced one I purchased few years ago.

Today, with the primer, there is a lot of transfer. However, once it’s fully dried down, the transfer may be lessened or none.

I did not test Julep’s for transfer proof. I had forgotten! But I am sure if this primer was worn underneath there would be some transfer like Smashbox’s.

I mentioned I had tried a Too Faced Lip Primer before. That one was my least favorite. It was the first and the last primer I ever used on my lips. I didn’t like it one bit.

Too Faced Primer didn’t come in a bullet packaging; rather, it came in a lengthwise packaging similar to liquid lipsticks and lip gloss kinds.

Opening it up, there is a wand applicator for applying. I didn’t have any problems with the wand. There really wasn’t much wrong other than the texture itself.

Once applying something over that product, my lips didn’t feel good at all. It felt horrible like there was too much on my lips and I just had to remove it immediately.

I was a bit iffy on buying Lancôme’s because of the price $30.50. I did check out the drugstore area. The makeup artist at Ulta said he preferred Lancôme’s over Nyx’s. In the end, I decided on Lancôme and I am very happy with my decision.

Although the price is high, I love the feeling this bulleted lip primer in shade #00 Invisible gives. It goes on clear, yet there’s a bit of shimmer, which you can clearly see on the lipstick itself that there is a shine.

Personally, I love this lipstick. I’m wearing it before bedtime because I feel like it helps my lips feel moisturized and it’s not overwhelming me the amount I applied. I feel like you can’t go wrong with the amount of product applied. I applied over and over and still didn’t feel like too much went on.

Looking on Lancôme’s website, I didn’t realize all their individual lipsticks shades are in this same formula. I am interested in trying some more of their other shades. This one specifically can be used as a clear base before applying any matte lip stains.

I’m sure all the other ones will do the same. But because of their color pigmentation, the clear one will be more go-to as an underneath primer.

Also, something Ulta’s Makeup Artist/Sale’s Rep told me- during the day you can reapply this primer right ontop of the liquid lipstick you are wearing that day without removing it. You don’t need to reapply the liquid lipstick if you are reapplying the base. Reapplying the base will not mess up any part of your liquid lipstick.