Product: Beauty Bakerie Lip Whip Remover
Claims: Liquid Lipstick Remover | Oil-Based | Easy Removal | Locks in Moisture | Dermatologist and Ophthalmologist Tested
Size: 50 pads
Purchase: Ulta | Beauty Bakerie
I’m not going to lie, after trying to remove the Maybelline SuperStay Liquid Lipsticks with a regular cotton pad and coconut oil, I saw that there was the Beauty Bakerie Lip Whip Remover and I straight up bought it at the same time as the Beauty Bakerie Lip Whip I reviewed yesterday. My thought process was a remover made by the same brand as the liquid lipstick is bound to be great at removing that particular liquid lipstick, right… Well let’s see…
About the Lip Whip Remover
The full-size Lip Whip Remover has 50 pads, comes in a clear plastic container with a plastic lid, and retails for $14.00. The Lip Whip Remover can be purchased at Ulta or Beauty Bakerie.
Beauty Bakerie claims that their Lip Whip Remover is an oil-based remover that can easily remove waterproof makeup while locking moisture into the lips. They also claim that their Lip Whip Remover is Dermatologist and Ophthalmologist tested. The ingredients for the Lip Whip Remover are:
Mineral Oil, Cyclomethicone, Cetearyl Ethylhexanoate, Squalane, Olea Europea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Tocopheryl Acetate
Beauty Bakerie Lip Whip Remover Review
I want to start with my only meh for the Lip Whip Remover, there is no tool or applicator to remove the pads from the container. I’m not counting this majorly against it because most wipe/pad products do not have a tool to remove them. However, with how thin these are and how much they like to stick together it would have been a huge plus if there had been one. Since I mentioned it, let’s go ahead and talk about the texture of the pads. These are round, thin pads that aren’t small and aren’t large either. At first I thought that these were going to be to thin to do anything with, however, I actually found their thinness to be a benefit, especially when trying to remove lipstick out of the corners. I also find the size to be perfect. Any bigger and they would have been to big to get lipstick off without moving it across the face but any smaller and you wouldn’t be able to get as much off…
Speaking of, let’s talk about how well these work. In most reviews I saw, they stated that they were able to get their lipstick off with one wipe. I used one coat of the Mon Cheri Lip Whip on my bottom and top lip and one wipe was able to get MOST of the lipstick off no matter if it was the end of the day or one hour later. Personally, I like to go in with a second wipe to get any potential color residue or lingering lipstick off. I found that the second wipe would come back with a small amount of lipstick. That is amazing in my mind. I also tried this with other liquid lipsticks to see how it worked and let me tell you. I’m tossing the jar of coconut oil back into the kitchen and the cotton rounds into my nail drawer because this removes other brands better than that. It usually takes me four to five cotton rounds LOADED with solid coconut oil to breakdown a Maybelline Stay Matte, this did it with just one!
I do want to also mention, the Lip Whip Remover has no scent or fragrance to it.
Final Thoughts on the Lip Whip Remover
I have one question for you. Do you wear waterproof or hard to remove products like liquid lipsticks, eyeliner, etc? If you answered yes to this then head on over to purchase the Lip Whip Remover. That’s all you need to know.
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Lola Seicento says
I usually just use a cleansing oil, but this also looks quite effective!
I couldn’t get a cleansing oil or coconut oil to work on removing the Maybelline SuperStay, which these worked perfect for. I’m wondering if those lipsticks just hate my life.
These would be great for long lasting dark lipsticks but the price is a little on the step side. I guess if you just need 1 per use and get 50 uses then it’s not bad but if you needed two that’s bringing the price up.
I can’t wait to pick up some of the other shades of the Lip Whip to see how it does with those. Since I only have the red shade with it, the stain is what I was pulling off with the second one. A little fun fact, I used this with a similar red shade in the Maybelline SuperStay Liquid Lipstick and was able to get that off with just one. The formulas don’t look for feel to have a difference in thickness but the Beauty Bakerie Lip Whip stains just a little more than the Maybelline does.
I don’t wear lipstick at work now because of mask but I wear hardcore lipstick at home. Will check it out
I went out once with lipstick on behind the mask, I wound up chewing most of it off (ick). Haven’t repeated that mistake since.
Gee, that’s great, Cassie, that the remover worked so well with their own Lip Whip as well as with other matte lipsticks. What a great find!
I’m just happy it works with the Maybelline SuperStay Liquid Lipsticks. It seems like nothing would remove them without having to go at it for 10 – 15 minutes and then still have a slight stain.
Claudia A. Materdomini says
I usually dont wear budge proof lipsticks, but sometimes one that may stain a bit. But I REALLY REALLY love my Farmacy Green Cleanmakeup remover and stand by that for just about everything. lol. PLus I can use it all over my face. I don’t think I would buy wipes jut for my lips no matter how good they are. haha
HaHa I feel you. I actually haven’t tried the Farmacy Makeup Remover I’ve seen Tara, from Tarababyz on YouTube, mention a limited edition cherry scent and I’ve been holding out to catch that or for them to make it permanent. They’ve done it for the eye cream and the Vitamin C serum, just not the cleansing balm yet.
I have never heard of lip removers! They seem to be okay anyway.
Right?! They’re a newer invention since companies started to make lipsticks that are harder and harder to remove.