What makes a good lip gloss/ liq­uid lip­stick/lip lac­quer is as much how it goes on as its for­mula.

Herworld (Singapore) - - HW MAY 2018 -

The ap­pli­ca­tor is one es­sen­tial part of what makes good lip makeup.

Chanel Rouge Coco Gloss is de­signed to “grip” the lower lip for steady ap­pli­ca­tion. The tip is also firm and wide enough to colour the whole lip evenly. $48

Three Lyri­cal Lip Bloom has a long, flat and flex­i­ble doe foot wand that works like a but­ter knife: it spreads the creamy colour evenly. $48

Shu Ue­mura Laque Supreme’s an­gled doe foot means it doesn’t touch your lower lip when you’re work­ing on the up­per. $43

Kose Esprique Rich Creamy Rouge‘s is short, wide and flex­i­ble, so it holds enough liq­uid lip colour for one even ap­pli­ca­tion. $30

Lan­come L’Ab­solu Lac­quer’s doe foot-shaped wand has an ar­row tip for the most pre­cise Cupid’s bow with the least ef­fort. $48

Cle de Peau Beaute Ra­di­ant Lip Gloss’ spi­ral-shaped, ul­tra-bend­able wand glides over your lips like it was made just for you, and its fine tip tack­les cor­ners, the Cupid’s bow and the lip line bet­ter than a lip liner. $60

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