Natural Born Cosmetics® Lip Color Sealer compares to Europe’s #1 and more expensive selling lipstick sealer that contains fragrance. However Lip Color Sealer is completely fragrance free so there is no worry about sensitivity. This product does not contain inks, dyes, or lanolin, and is a must for any situation where you need lip color continuity and long wear without touch-ups. It’s perfect for brides, swimmers, sports players, you name it. To use: apply your favorite lip liner and/or lipstick first. Slightly part lips and apply a thin coat of Lip Color Sealer on the bottom and top lip. Keep lips apart for 30-60 seconds while it sets. It then transforms your lipstick into a smooth flexible coating that will not budge until you take it off. Simply remove with a makeup remover. For best results read and follow these guidelines first: • Blot very gently with a tissue to remove any excess lip color application before you apply Lip Color Sealer • Do not apply any lip gloss product before applying Lip Color Sealer. • Apply in a THIN light coat, as a little goes on perfectly. If you use too much you risk lifting and peeling of color, and lips will appear a bit dry. • Brush the brush against the side of the bottle as you pull it out so you avoid putting on a thick glob of it. • If you have too much on you will also feel it on the lips, and it can end up feeling sticky. • Wipe the brush before replacing it back in bottle each time to keep the formula fresh from lip color contamination. • Do not apply Lip Color Sealer on lips that are overly dry, chapped, peeling, or very sensitive to a slight tingling sensation. • If you are using an overly moist or creamy lip color then you might need two thin layers. Allow to set between layers. • Always test the dry layer by pressing a finger slightly to your lips. If color transfers then apply another thin coat. Never use more than 2 coats at a time. Ingredients: Ethanol (plant-based corn alcohol, denatured), Ethyl Cellulose (finely ground natural plant fibers, also used to coat pills), Propylene Glycol (a moisture carrying vehicle). .25 fluid oz bottle with brush.