Is there a lipsmackers store?
I am new to makeup so I really dont know what would work well with my dress its leopard printed has a black crinoline on the outside and pale blue beads on a sweetheart neckline tips too HELP?
Who cares if it is? If you like it, continue to use it. But I advise you: If you're on a date and he/she is about to kiss you, no one likes that strong smell. I only use it when my lips get chapped, and they don't. (Well pretty much.) If you find yourself getting tired of using Carmex, buy a sweeter-smelling lip balm, such as Sephora (They smell great), ChapStick, or LipSmackers.
The terms "in store" and "in-store" have two different meanings. The term "in store" is a prepositional phrase. The noun "store" is the object of the preposition "in". Example: We don't know what will be in store for us. The term "in-store" is a compound adjective, a word used to describe a noun. Example: I set up the in-store display of the new product.