- a crayonlike oil-based cosmetic used in coloring the lips, usually in a tubular container.
Origin of lipstick
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Examples from the Web for lipstick
Storage containers hold a treasure trove of mascara, lipstick, blush, and other makeup.Inside A Finishing School for Transwomen
December 27, 2014
I basically look like an egg with eyes, that then has a ton of lipstick on.How Aidy Bryant Stealthily Became Your Favorite ‘Saturday Night Live’ Star
October 31, 2014
In full combat vest, Beck applies a fresh coat of lipstick and runs into the shooting range.The Woman Stuck in a Navy SEAL's Body
September 4, 2014
Also, because a tube of lipstick stands in for the “i” in “science.”Girls Love Science. We Tell Them Not To.
July 17, 2014
The reason it says ‘Sketched with eyebrow pencil and lipstick by Ralph Steadman’ was that I used those very things.The Gonzo Artist: Behind Ralph Steadman’s Most Famous Work
April 27, 2014
The young bucks shake a heel and the girls put on their lipstick.
She will spend her last dollar for a permanent and lipstick.
"While my lipstick, properly used, is also becoming," she went on.Dorothy Dixon Wins Her Wings
She had let down her hair, tied it with a ribbon, and she'd put on a gay smear of lipstick.Sugar Plum</p>
She needed no rouge or lipstick in any case to lend it color.The Heart of Canyon Pass
Thomas K. Holmes
- a cosmetic for colouring the lips, usually in the form of a stick
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Word Origin and History for lipstick
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