The 15 Most Moisturizing Lipsticks for Dry, Chapped Lips
Swiping on a bold hue when your pout is parched can be both uncomfortable and unflattering. Dry, chapped lips happen a lot more frequently this time of year, so it’s important to use products that serve up extra moisture. Read on for 15 super hydrating lipsticks *made* for cold-weather lips. (Photo via Getty)
BITE Beauty Amuse Bouche Two Toned Lipstick ($26) in Chai/Nori: As if a lippie made with pomegranate, apricot, olive, and jojoba oils wasn’t enough, this versatile option features two different, fall-appropriate tones.
Burt’s Bees Lipstick ($9) in Ruby Ripple: Affordable and richly pigmented, this moody hue adds instant seasonal vibes. Moringa and raspberry seed oils leave your pucker feeling properly hydrated for eight whole hours.
E.l.f. Moisturizing Lipstick ($3) in Bordeaux Beauty: A gorgeous, deep wine shade is always in style, but especially this time of year. Shea butter and vitamins A, C, and E work to heal irritated lips while conditioning at the same time.
Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Ultra Lipstick ($24) in Honeysuckle: One swipe of this slightly nude lipstick will help de-flake and re-texturize rough lips — and it leaves behind a universally flattering color.
Jouer Hydrating Lipstick ($11) in Simone: Break out a deep brick red lippie to make a statement this season. Beyond the amazing color, this lipstick contains Brazilian cupuaçu butter to nourish your lips and lock in moisture.
Lipstick Queen Hello Sailor Lipstick ($25): This blue lipstick is deceiving to the eye. The formula goes on sheer but leaves behind a flattering wash of berry color that will complement any occasion. And it feels like a balm, so your chapped pout will thank you.
NYX Professional Makeup Butter Lipstick ($3) in Vacation Spot: A chestnut brown lipstick works well with any fall getup, so swipe it on and smile without the worry of cracked lips. The moisture-packed product is a must-carry if you want to master this season's matte makeup look.
Rimmel Moisture Renew Lipstick ($7) in Hot Lips: A moody, cherry red is a classic color to wear as the temperature dips. This affordable option delivers just as much color as it does moisture.
Tom Ford Lip Slick ($54) in Bitten Berry: These new stains are a solid alternative to traditional lipsticks if you're in search of punchy color and treatment thanks to nourishing coconut oil.
Too Faced La Creme Color Drenched Lipstick ($22) in Lollipop: Bring some fresh color into the season with this velvety, balm-like offering. Its fuschia hue brightens up your complexion and lotus flower extract works to calm irritation from dryness.
TreStiQue Lip Crayon ($28) in Tuscan Wine & Syrah Balm: Easily trace and fill in your lips with this intense, wine-colored matte lip crayon, and top it off with the moisturizing balm. It’s a one-stop shop when you’re after a bold lip and plump lips.
Pat McGrath Labs LuxeTrance Lipstick ($38) in Unnatural Natural: One swipe of this gorgeous mahogany color and you're set for the season, but the real magic is in its creamy formula. Water lily extract coats your lips to protect from the elements.
Lancome L’Absolu Rouge Lipstick Holiday Kiss Collection ($32) in Peut Etre: Dry lips don't stand a chance against this vitamin E-enriched, beautifully packaged option. The rosy hue is versatile and will stay on for up to eight hours, so you won’t need to rely on lip balm.
Tarte Rainforest of the Sea Color Splash Lipstick ($21) in Boardwalk: Algae, marine flower extracts, and shea butter soften rough lips so the rich pigments glide on easily. Your lips will be conditioned all day and all night without any cracking.
Urban Decay Vice Lipstick Holiday Kiss Collection ($17) in Rebel Metallic: Make your mark this season with an edgy metallic mauve. Beyond serving up amazing pigment, it hydrates chapped lips thanks to aloe vera and jojoba oils.
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