Makeup Tip of the Day! Lip Balm! October 4, 2013

Don’t you wish you could put just ONE product all over your body wether you have chapped lips, elbows, tattoos, hangnails and all of the irritating beauty flubs we deal with on a daily basis

I have worked on set with many other makeup artists and stylists in the industry.  Everyone seems to absolutely LOVE this lip balm!

Lucas’ Papaw Ointment is from Australia and comes in a little red tube.  I can’t find very many places that sell it in the United States, but for some reason this is the best All-in-one ointment that I have found over the years of my makeup experience. This ointment is made from fermented papaya extract, which basically is pure natural goodness for your body!

I use this ointment on the lips, but also on the cuticles of the fingers and on elcows and knees as well to help ashiness and crackin.  Whenever I go out, I use a little bit of this ointment on my tattoos as well, it deepens the color of the blacks and the shading and makes my tattoos look newer.

Where can I buy this in Los Angeles? AHHHH?? I’ve been getting it on Amazon for the time being.

XOXO Classy not Ashy!

Whats your favorite lip Balm?

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