Mom’s Can Have Sexy Lips Too


Who said mothers couldn’t be hotties? I want to welcome you fabulous mothers to the Broward Collective Moms Fashion and Beauty Blog section made just for us moms. My goal is to provide our flawless mothers with these tips and resources to keep us looking sexier than ever!

My question to you ladies is, how are you treating your lips? We all know it is that time of the year when the weather is all over the place, causing your lips not to look as pleasant or not kissable. We need to keep those lips moisturized daily.

Well, guess what? Hashtag, your lips matter! And I’ve got you covered with some tips. Moms, you read the blueprint. Let’s grab a notebook and pen and takes some notes. That’s the teacher side coming out in me today.  All about lips Jeania Pierre


Here are a few tips to keep those lips popping and healthy:

Hydrate: Are you drinking enough water throughout the day? Water is EVERYTHING; we all need water to survive, right? Unfortunately, there are no oil glands on the lips. Think about it oil acts as the skin’s natural barrier. Without it, the skin on the lips gets dry and cracks easily. You want to avoid causing your lips to get dehydrated quickly. We must understand that our lips are the power tool and do it all. Such as eating, talking, drinking, smoking, etc. That is mainly why your lips get chapped, dry, and unpleasant looking. Grab a bottle of water and start sipping.

Use SPF: Are you protecting your lips from the sun? Did you know that the sun can cause damage to your lips and even make them a shade darker? Protect those lips, moms.

Exfoliate: Exfoliating your lips helps gently remove a layer of dry, dead, chapped skin like magic. But never over-exfoliate your lips. We don’t need our mommy lips looking overly dry. Check out Niajaye’s Sugar Scrub. It gently exfoliates your lips, leaving them soft, refreshing, kissable, ready for lipstick, and feeling rejuvenated. I also like to use toothbrush bristles to rub my lips softly to remove dead skin cells. It also increases the blood flow having your lips look red and yummy.

Moisturize: Lip balms are the secret key to consistently hydrating sensitive skin on your lips. Not every woman like wearing lipstick, so I always encourage women to at least apply lip balm to their lips daily. Your baby’s petroleum jelly also adds and retains moisture on those lips. For other balms, look for hydrating ingredients like Shea butter, vitamin E, jojoba and coconut oils, rose or lavender oil, and beeswax. Check out Niajaye’s Lip Balm; I got you covered too!

Apply lipstick after the balm.

Whenever I’m rocking the Niajaye Cosmetics lipstick collection, I encourage women to apply lip balm before applying the lipstick. It also helps your lips from looking and feeling dehydrated before applying matte lipstick. Don’t forget that lipstick looks better and lasts longer when they’re moist.

Sexier, Vibrant, Healthier Lips! I’ve got you covered and hope you apply these tips to your lips. Try it for yourself.


Please be advised that we are not doctors or dermatologists, and this blog should not be taken as medical advice or any medical statement. Any questions or issues involving your skin-care needs should be taken up with a physician, and we highly recommend you consult your doctor before taking up any skin-care regimen.
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Jeania Pierre
Jeanie Pierre is the mother of her charming thirteen-year-old son. Jeanie, the Owner of Niajaye Cosmetics, has been committed to inspiring women worldwide to embrace their unique skin types while feeling more empowered with lip wear that expresses their unique personalities. Jeanie is a personal development junkie, and she is always all about women's empowerment. She is the person you call and has a cheerful voice that will give anyone a pick me up! One of her passions and drive is to help women across the world feel more empowered, supported, loved, and connected and gear them to the resources they need. She spends her days working and strategizing in her business, building community, hanging out with friends, and spending time with family enjoying good food, company, and good music in her free time. Jeanie's outlook is, "They say it takes a village to raise a child but who is helping the village of women". She believes we should be building our village/tribe of women with the proper support.


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