The Best Lip & Cheek Tints

As we step into spring, brighten up your look with a pop of colour in the form of a lip and cheek tint. These multi-tasking colours are great for touching up your look on the go, too.

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Cheek colour has been eclipsed by bronzing and contouring over the last few years, but a hint of fresh colour on the cheeks can give a really youthful flush. For spring and summer, a slick of sheer colour from a multi-tasking beauty tint is the easiest way to give your look an update without looking too done. To make a low-maintenance, gorgeous glow a little easier, check out my roundup of the best lip and cheek tints, now.

First, check out my spring skin regime update.


Best Lip & Cheek Tints

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Milk Makeup Mini Lip + Cheek

Oils and plant butters make this two in one colour product a skin treat as well as a quick and easy colour fix for busy mornings.

RMS Beauty Lip2Cheek

Containing shea butter and seed oils, this nourishing vegan balm adds a sheer slick of colour while hydrating lips and cheeks for a gorgeous glow.

Glossier Cloud Paint

This gel-cream colour comes in a range of bright and cheerful hues that are perfect for spring and summer. Designed for cheeks but perfect for lips, too, just add a little lip balm for a creamier colour.

Stila Complete Harmony Lip + Cheek Stick

For a sunny bronze glow that will work for lips and cheeks, this Stila cream colour is about as wearable as they come. Pop this in your pocket for touch-ups on the go.

Westman Atelier Baby Cheeks Blush Stick

Available in six gorgeous fresh colours, these creamy blush sticks can be used on cheeks, lips and lids and will add a pop of colour wherever you want it.

Trinny London Lip2Cheek

This blendable cream-based formula gives a long-lasting slick of warm colour that will lift your look, wherever you are.

TOP TIP: Lip and cheek tints are great because they’re usually subtle and sheer so precise application isn’t necessary. Apply a smudge on the apples of your cheeks and to the centre of lips with your index finger and blend in, and carry with you in case you want to top up. Just carry a compact for touch-ups so you don’t overdo it!

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