Lip love.

Guys, I’m baaack! I’ve missed you all, and I hope you had a great holiday and a good start into the new year!

With that said, welcome to 2016! 🎉

So today, I wanted to talk about my favorite lip balms. If you’re anything like me, you’re probably always putting something on your lips. My lips tend to dry out very quickly, so finding something that’ll last on my lips is a struggle.img_4605

You guys have seen my post about my overnight lip balm, but during the day it’s EOS and Baby Lips. For a while it was strictly EOS, because I just cannot get enough. Then my cousin told me to try Baby Lips. I love it. I wouldn’t say its better than EOS, because I am slightly biased, but I really do love it. You do not need a lot, and it lasts. I think that has been my main problem, is looking for something that will last through out the day. My favorites are Quenched and Dr Rescue. These balms are amazing, guys.

As far as EOS, I urge you to try any of them. I love them all, EOS is my soul mate, I’m convinced. Right now, Blackberry Nectar is my go to. I really do just love the smells and the overall application of EOS. One thing to remember about EOS, this is a lip balm not a chapstick. I have seen a lot of whining over it not soothing chapped lips. Now don’t get me wrong, EOS has soothed chapped lips for me many times, however, if you have more severe chapped lips, and EOS is just not doing the job for you I suggest Dr Rescue or even some Burt’s Bees.

What lips balms are your favorite? Give me some ideas on some new balms to purchase!

Inquiries or blog recommendations to shawnadawnx@gmail.com

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