I have waited to apply lipstick and applied it immediately afterward, it didn't seem to make a difference. As for smudging I just rub my lips together and then apply the lipstick. I have not run into any problems yet.
answered 2 years ago
No waiting time necessary-just apply to lips making sure
you get the outline (very important) filled in and the lips-
then apply lipstick. Smooth as silk.
I don't think you "need" to but I do wait a minute before applying my lipstick just to let it set a little. It seems to work best that way but I do not think it is necassary.
After exfoliating your lips, apply lipliner, smudge a bit, then apply Kiss Kiss Liplift and pad around your lips with fingertip for a more even coverage.
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
I wondered that too, so I just make it the first thing I put on when I start doing my makeup so by the time I get to lipstick it's had about 10 minutes to moisturize and set.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
I apply and smooth the product, but don't spend much time doing it. I focus application at the edge and beyond the lip line since my main objective is to eliminate feathering. In the morning, it is one of the first cosmetics I apply so if it needs to set - which I have not found to be the case - it can, by the time I apply my lipstick. During the day, if I need to reapply lipstick, I apply the Liplift, smooth it briefly and apply lipstick immediately.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago