10 tinted lip balms that are a must in any lazy girl’s kit

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Offering both hydrating benefits and a wash of your favourite shade, tinted balms are the perfect middle ground between lip care and lip colour. Whether you prefer them in a pot or in a stick, in candy pink or berry red, the best formulas keep lips soft for hours whilst adding a subtle pop of colour so easy to apply that you can do it without a mirror. Throw one in your handbag, keep one on your desk and even sneakily apply one whilst on the beach for an enhanced “natural” beauty look – see our pick of the 10 best tinted lip balms here.

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Christian Dior

Dior’s Lip Glow adapts to suit individual skin tone, offering a subtle pink tint as well as optimal nourishment and comfort. The packaging is chic and sleek too. One of the best on the market – we’re addicted.

Dior Addict Lip Glow, Rs 1,920



All of Fresh’s tinted Lip Treatments are excellent, but the classic Rosé has to be our favourite. Creamy-soft in texture, extra nourishing and boasting SPF 15 protection, it gives lips a just-kissed flush of natural pink.

Fresh Sugar Rosé Tinted Lip Treatment, Rs 1,600



If you prefer a gloss finish, Burberry’s First Kiss Fresh Gloss Lip Balm offers all of the shine alongside a nourishing formula to keep lips hydrated. We recommend dabbing a little extra at the centre of the lips for a petal-like stain.

Burberry First Kiss Fresh Gloss Lip Balm in Rose Blush, Rs 1,840



Based on the brand’s bestselling Benetint lip and cheek stain, Benebalm gives lips a pretty, reddish stain whilst mango butter and sodium hyaluronate offer plenty of hydration. We also love the coral-tinted Chachabalm from the same range.

Benefit Benebalm Hydrating Tinted Lip Balm, Rs 1,280



Maybelline’s Baby Lips balms remind us of our teen beauty heroes – bright packaging, a candy-like fragrance and a pop of colour subtle enough to get away with at school. Luckily they’re just as relevant now – the Cherry Me shade is just the right hint of reddish-pink and the moisturising benefits are such that your lips will always look kissably soft. The price reminds us of school too, which is a plus.

Maybelline Baby Lips Lip Balm in Cherry Me, Rs 240



Those who love a classic lip balm will love the extra-soft, glossy finish of Korres’s Lip Butters, packed with shea butter and rice wax. We love the bold Quince shade, but all of the hues, as well as the stick versions of the balms, are fantastic.

Korres Lip Butter in Quince, Rs 660


Burt's Bees

The Burt’s Bees take on the tinted lip balm provides equal parts colour and hydration, with 100 per cent natural ingredients. The Hibiscus shade offers impressive colour payoff in a flattering, not-too-pink hue, and it’s a bargain too.

Burt’s Bees Tinted Lip Balm in Hibiscus, Rs 480



Clinique’s classic Chubby Sticks are among the brand’s best-loved products, but the subtler Baby Tint versions feature an extra dose of moisture and a more sheer finish for buildable colour with maximum hydration pay-off. Coming Up Rosy is the ultimate natural lip colour.

Clinique Chubby Stick Baby Tint Moisturizing Lip Colour Balm in Coming Up Rosy, Rs 1,440


Elizabeth Arden

A combination of Elizabeth Arden’s renowned Eight Hour Cream formula, vitamin E and a sheer plum tint, the Eight Hour Cream Lip Protectant offers subtle colour alongside deep hydration and SPF protection. The Berry and Blush shades also work well on paler skin.

Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream Lip Protectant Stick Sheer Tint in Plum, Rs 1,600


By Terry

By Terry’s Baume de Rose has long been a cult beauty classic, and the coloured versions are just as covetable. We love Toffee Cream – not too pink, not too brown but just the colour you wish your lips were naturally. Rose essential wax, shea butter, vitamin E and ceramides ensure that it’s just as pampering as the original.

By Terry Baume de Rose Nutri-Couleur in Toffee Cream, 2,880

This article originally appeared on Vogue.co.uk

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