Lock down your lipstick.
Instead of resigning yourself to an uncomfortable longwear lipstick formula, try this classic pout-setting method. Take a two-ply facial tissue and separate the sections so that you have two, single-ply pieces. After applying a coat of lipstick, press one of the tissue sections firmly against your pout — and hold it still for a moment.
Usually, at this point in the process, you'd take a brush to dust on a coat of setting powder, which would permeate the tissue and leave a light film on top of your pucker. However, depending on the formula you use, this could slightly alter the color of your lipstick. We recommend taking a bit of powder blush in the same color and dabbing it on top, which will function in the same way but leave no white cast behind.
Finish by peeling away the tissue and applying one more coat of lipstick. This will ensure you get the finish and look of a fresh coat, but you'll have locked down the pigment with the previous steps.