The Revlon Balm Stains are all the rage these days. But the one thing that most people gripe about it is how tricky it is to apply once the tip goes from looking like this–
If you own one of the lighter shades like Honey, I don’t think it will be that difficult to put on. With the nude-ish ones the edge of my lips won’t be as obvious.
But since I also own a strong-colored balm stain (Crush), I found difficult to make the edges of my lips look sharp and neat-looking when the tip became blunt.
By accident, I discovered a way to keep the tip sharp. Not really–it’s more like: how to keep the balm stain from getting blunt.
Last week, when I did my friend’s makeup for halloween, I needed something that will look like drying-up blood and human tissue and thought that Crush is the perfect color for it. I scraped some and placed it on my friend’s face to resemble tiny chunks of bloody human tissue.
While I was tidying up my makeup stuff, I saw that the tip of my balm stain was now shaped something like this:
Revlon Just Kissable Balm Stain in Crush
It resembles the tip of a lipstick. It has become so much easier to use after the tip became shaped like that. I wanted to ‘sharpen’ my other balm the same way, but that will be a waste of product. So I’ve been using it only on one side in the hopes that the tip will eventually become lipstick-looking.
Here’s my progresswith Honey:
I hope this helps.