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
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.
With her signature short blonde hair, red lipstick and black cat-like eyeglasses, musician Ivy Ford has made a name for herself as Waukegan's blues kitten.
The sibs teamed up to bring back the Koko Kollection, this time with a 4-piece lipstick box and Kylie's first-ever face palette.
Then apply a peach blush onto the apples of your cheeks and run a dusty rose lipstick over your pout.
But for those who need to constantly reapply lipstick on-the-go, the flexible, wallet-friendly mirror is ideal.
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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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