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Lip2cheek is a unique formula that combines hydration and protection with abundant mineral color for a beautiful, natural finish on both lips or cheeks.

The colors of Lip2cheek are the result of over 20 years experience applying makeup to some of the world’s most beautiful faces.

(4.25g - 0.15oz)

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Color description:

  • Beloved - A true red with just a hint of poppy to suit all skin tones. Gives cheeks and lips a lovely, natural rosiness
  • Demure - a soft rose with a hint of mauve
  • Muse - a sheer nude-beige with a soft pink hue. A slight Brigitte Bardot 1960's feel,
  • Smile - a modern sheer coral-pink. A slight 50's feel,
  • Promise - a warm pink-salmon with a very subtle golden shimmer,
  • Modest - a fresh modern bright berry pink,
  • Illusive - matte burnt rose with a hint of plum. Adds youthfulness back to aging lips,
  • Rapture - a rich deep brown based red suitable for all skin tones. Used sparingly, intensifies one's natural lip color.
  • Lip2cheek is a unique formula that combines hydration and protection with abundant mineral color for a beautiful, natural finish on both lips or cheeks.

    The colors of Lip2cheek are the result of over 20 years experience applying makeup to some of the world’s most beautiful faces.

    Apply sparingly with fingers or brush. Repeat application for more intense color on lips or cheek.

    After applying Lip2cheek, blend remaining product from your finger to your cheeks for an extra kiss of color.

    For more lip shimmer or a slightly softer color apply Living Luminizer over the chosen Lip2cheek color.

    *Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, *ricinus communis (castor) seed oil, *cera alba (beeswax), *butyrospermum parkii (shea butter) fruit, *simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil, *butyrospermum parkii (shea butter) fruit, *theobroma cacao (cocoa) seed butter, *argania spinosa (argan) oil, tocopherol(non-gmo), helianthus annus (sunflower) seed oil, propolis extract, centella asiatica extract, *rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) extract, and may contain: [+/- titanium dioxide ci 77891, iron oxides ci 77491, ci 77492, ci 77499, mica ci 77019].

    *Certified Organic


    RMS lip2cheek in 'Smile' RMS Statement regarding syntheic Ingredients:

    "In the interests of full disclosure, we want you to know that all of our tints are created through natural minerals except Lip2Cheek color  - Smile, which could not be created without the tiniest bit of synthetic pigment (exactly .5%) If your goal is to avoid all synthetic pigments, please choose from the other products in the RMS Beauty Line. As science advances, we will continue to reformulate until we find a natural source for that color."

    Lip2Cheek in Smile - **Synthetic Ingredients **Red 30 CI 73360, and **Red 6 Lake CI15850


    Founded: 2009

    Country of Origin: New York, USA


    RMS Beauty is an original color cosmetic line created by Rose-Marie Swift. Rose-Marie is a Make-Up artist for some of the world’s most prestigious models, actresses and magazines. Her work has been featured in W, Harper’s Bazaar and Elle. Some of her celebrity clients have included the face of Gisele Bunchen and Sheryl Crow.

    RMS is formulated with organic ingredients protecting the nourishing qualities of vitamins and anti-oxidants. Only RMS beauty products show visible improvement by rejuvenating your skin plus providing natural sun protection. A little goes a long way and products are all completely interchangeable.

    RMS Beauty products are Gluten Free & Dairy Free.
    RMS Beauty does not test on animals.

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    Customer Reviews

    Awesome red: Review by Sarah Josephine
    Every single time I wear Rapture at full strength, somebody asks me about my lipstick. Bonus: It really is surprisingly versatile for such a strong color. It sheers out very easily, and looks just as good on people with skintones radically different from mine. (Some of my friends have tried mine, and been really surprised.)

    It also makes a really nice "flushed cheeks" blush, but be warned: use waaaay less than you think you should, even if you think you're using only a little. Use less than that. Use an amount you can barely see on your fingertip. Seriously. You should get a picture of this product when you Google "a little goes a long way." (For lips, too, but even more so for cheeks.) (Posted on 10/11/2013)
    great colors Review by Aerial
    I have this in Muse and Modest. Muse is too pale for my lips, but I do use it on my cheeks for just lovely soft glow. I sometimes layer it over Modest and that looks really lovely together. Modest is described as a fresh berry pink, but on me it's more orangey/coral. I do love it, but it wasn't what I expected. I'm currently trying to figure out which one to try next. They are highly pigmented and last a very long time. I don't find them very hydrating on the lips. (Posted on 9/5/2013)
    great, strong colors Review by VeganKitti
    I have Illusive and have tried some of the others. These are much stronger pigments than the lip shines, so if you like lots of color these would be great for you. I prefer subtle color, and can use a bit of Illusive just to pick up my natural lip color a bit, and it's a great, natural looking blush too. (Posted on 4/21/2011)
    Muse! Review by Helen
    I have this in Muse and it's one of the items I can't live without.. It's a soft beige-pinkish color that's has a subtle shimmer. When I put it on my lips, it tones down my lips a little bit, but it's NOT one of those outrageously nude colors. When I apply it on my cheeks, the color kind of melts into my skin and looks like a very sheer, natural highlighter. But my favorite place to apply this is my eyelids.. It's the most BEAUTIFUL pinkish skin-tone color that instantly brightens my eye area. LOVE IT! (Posted on 2/9/2011)

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