Rated 3.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

Lip and Cheek Stick


Vibrant, easy to blend colors that highlight the cheekbones and lips.


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What it is:  This glamorous cream blush creates a beautiful flawless finish. 

What it does: The perfectly pigmented lip and cheek stick goes on smooth leaving a pop of color that dries to a lightweight soft finish. Blend with fingertips to sculpt, highlight, and color the cheeks or use as a pop of color on your lips for a perfect finish to highlight your cheeks.

Lip and Cheek Stick Colors:

Delicate- Pale Pink with Shimmer

Dusk- Bright Matte Coral

Hibiscus- Pinkish Red with Shimmer

Lace- White with Shimmer for Highlighting

Pinot- Dark Matte Marsala

Tawny- Bronze with Shimmer



Delicate, Dusk, Hibiscus, Lace, Pinot, Tawny


Isododecane, Ceresin, Microcrystalline Wax, Bees Wax, Mineral Oil, Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Squalane, Silica, Dimethicone, Tocopheryl Acetate, Methylparaben, Propylparaben. May Contain: Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Iron Oxides Red, Yellow, and Black, D&C Red No. 7, FD&C Red No. 6 Lake,FD&C Yellow 5 Lake, FD&C Blue No 1 Lake, D&C Red No 27 Lake, Carbon Black

2 reviews for Lip and Cheek Stick

  1. Rated 4 out of 5


    I have a love/hate relationship with this product. I received the color Dusk from a Lip Monthly bag and here’s a quick pros and cons.

    Extreme color payoff. Feels exceptionally light and comfortable on the skin. Long staying power. Dusk, at least, is a true matte color. Works very well as a stick blush. Feels very silky on the skin, not even a little bit sticky.

    Cons: Dusk is bright orange – there’s no pinky-peachy-coraly color, it’s hazard orange. If you’re into that then this is beautiful, but it’s easy to go way overboard with this color. Yes, you can wear this on your lips, but I find it looks dry and streaky when used as a lipstick. Blends out okay, it looks great when it’s all blended out on the cheeks but because the color is so bright you want to take the extra time to make sure everything is really smooth.

    I like wearing this in summer when I’m going for something really warm and orangey, but I’m definitely interested in trying other colors. I recommend the product if you’re drawing to stick blushes/highlighters.

  2. Rated 2 out of 5

    Perri (verified owner)

    This is my second review of these products. After trying Dusk I was curious about the other colors so I purchased Lace and Delicate.
    Delicate is a rosy blush with pink iridescence and gold glitter, Lace is a white cream highlighter. And both of these are disappointing.

    Where Dusk is so heavily pigmented you need a very gentle hand to tone down the color, Delicate barely shows any pigment on the cheeks. It does build up with enough layers, but for a cream product it ends up feeling greasy and thick after layering and layering. It has a lot of pink shimmer which isn’t bad, but the gold glitter is not a shimmer, or a sheen, it is a GLITTER. Individual pieces of glitter that spread out and look more like a failed craft project than a glow. If that’s your thing, I still can’t recommend this product to you for the feeling of it on the skin. It also does not work as a lip product, it somehow manages to look streaky even with the little pigmentation there is.

    Lace is straight white with a little bit of sheen to it. It applies streaky at first but with a little work can blend out beautifully. It’s a subtle highlight even when built up. It does dry down without feeling sticky or slippery, and I have a better time wearing this without feeling like a greasy mess. I like this as a base for a powder to go on to really intensify. But for the price and how subtle the effect is, I’ve found better success with the e.l.f. Shimmering Facial Whip in Stoplight.

    These are both a pass. Delicate is a greasy glittery mess. Lace isn’t worth the price tag.

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