Definition of lipstick
: a waxy solid usually colored cosmetic in stick form for the lips; also : a stick of such cosmetic with its case
lipstickedplay \ˈlip-ˌstik\ adjective
Examples of lipstick in a Sentence
She was wearing bright red lipstick.
I put on some lipstick.
Recent Examples of lipstick from the Web
Heritage Parkway, 400 block: A burglar entered a locked black 2015 Chevy Tahoe, damaging windows and a clutch purse, two pairs of headphones, one lipstick and miscellaneous coupons were stolen, totaling $232 in loss.
Check out these lipsticks, watches, or, be like us, and get yourself some mixtapes, a reminder of those bygone love letters that can't be replaced with Spotify playlists.
While Hadid is still the face of Dior makeup, this partnership with Nars is to celebrate the brand's first liquid matte lipstick, launching next month.
L’Oréal is able to find audiences at levels as granular as women who bought lipstick from specific retailers over the past 30 days.
Charlotte wore pretty purplish lipstick and some of her long hair draped over the right side of her face.
My $0.02: it’s lipstick on a pig until the C.E.O. owns it or is replaced.
The company expects its cosmetics sales in China to overtake Japan this fiscal year, spurred by demand for Tom Ford lipsticks and Jo Malone fragrances.
So that’s the pig on which McMaster and Cohn tried to put lipstick.
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First Known Use of lipstick
LIPSTICK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lipstick for English Language Learners
: a type of makeup that is spread on the lips and that comes in the form of a stick
LIPSTICK Defined for Kids
Definition of lipstick for Students
: a waxy solid colored cosmetic for the lips usually in stick form
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