Here are three tips that you can use regularly
The easiest way to get rid of dead skin cells and make way for new ones to grow is to exfoliate.
Get a lip scrub made of castor sugar and organic jojoba oil – and gently rub that on your lips for a smooth, renewed touch.
Be sure to exfoliate before and after you apply the lipstick.
In order to avoid sunburn – which can cause your lips to peel or crack – it is wise to use a lip balm that has at least a 15SPF rating sunscreen.
Applying lip balm, or even vaseline, before you put on lipstick – particularly matte lipstick that tends to dry out as time goes by – helps to keep your lips hydrated and will ensure the lipstick does not have a caked-on effect.
One of the most common mistakes some women make when it comes to make-up is that they sleep with it on.
It can be tempting to just hit the hay after a great party but leaving your lipstick on overnight can severely dry your lips out.
So always use a damp cotton ball – with makeup remover or just plain water – to remove all traces of the lipstick. Then re-hydrate them using honey.
Dab some honey on your lips and massage them for a few minutes before sleeping and the result will a softer, plumper pair of lips in the morning.