Lip2Cheek, $36 at Sephora
Fans know and love RMS for its luminizers, but this might just become the brand's new must-have: It's so easy to use and it adds such a lovely, natural flush to both cheeks and lips. To make things even better, the color payoff strikes the perfect balance between opaque and sheer, and the texture is weightless and non-drying.
Carryon Lip and Cheek Gel, $22 at Sephora
"Carryon" sounds about right: This chubby crayon is so portable and easy to use. The gel formula translates to a slightly glossy stain that adds a luminous look to both cheeks and lips.
Vitality Flush Stain Stick Lip & Cheek Reviver, $24 at It Cosmetics
It Cosmetics has done it again: This color-adjusting balmy lip/cheek color is so, so good at what it does. It's hydrating but non-sticky on lips and adds a gorgeous dewy glow to your cheeks — and the natural pink shades are lovely and flattering.
Perk Up! Lip and Cheek Treat SPF 40, $22 at Nordstrom
In addition to tinting cheeks and lips, this product also contains a healthy dose of SPF 40 — score! It's a hydrating formula, which gives it a nice sheen while also ensuring non-patchy application (even on the lips). Plus, the brightly-hued packaging and even more brightly-hued tint is perfect for summers spent poolside.
MultiBalm, $12 at Target
Though it's infused with its fair share of hydrating ingredients (like aloe vera and shea butter), this balmy blush actually dries to a finish that leans more matte — cool, right? The color range includes natural hues as well as statement shades and the packaging is so cute.
Cream Lip + Cheek Pencil, $24 at Ulta
Nudestix's entire line was created for people on the go and they live up to that purpose very nicely. These pencils come in a range of shades that look lovely on both lips and cheeks, and the buttery formula is so easy to work with. Plus, this product scores bonus points for its packaging — each pencil comes housed in a sleek black tin, complete with a mirror in the lid.
Convertible Color, $25 at Sephora
This mega-popular lip and cheek product has pretty much reached cult status — and for good reason. The vibrant shades pop on both lips and cheeks and the floral compact is perfect for on-the-go touch-ups.
Divine Duo Lip & Cheek, $46 at Sephora
How amazing is this packaging? Add in the fact that the vegan and cruelty-free, cream-to-powder formula is super pigmented and boasts a pretty impressive wear time and you've got yourself a real winner.
Multi-Stick, $34 at Sephora
Looking for the perfect, subtle pop of color? Filled with organic ingredients like shea butter and avocado oil, this cheek/lip product is supremely comfortable to wear, and the colors work well to create that natural, windswept look.
Panda's Dream Dual Lip & Cheek, $14.50 at TonyMoly
This product may bend the rules slightly of being a true multi-use product since one side of the compact is meant to be used as a blush while the other is meant to be used as a lip tint — but we're including it anyway because of its bright color payoff and max-level adorable packaging.
Boosting Lip + Cheek, $30 at Onomie
This gel stain lasts on both cheeks and lips, and you'll find that it's pretty comfortable as well. The three shades niftily cover a range of occasions and skin tones and they all apply evenly with a buildable, pigmented formula.
La Petite Robe Noire Lipcheek, $35 at Sephora
This adorable Pepto Bismol pink blusher is actually quite sheer, which means it adds a more subtle dash of color to your look. Because of the sheerness, it actually performs better as a blush than a lip tint, but it's just so cute that we can't resist its charms.
Lip + Cheek, $24 at Sephora
Milk Makeup's satisfyingly hefty twist-up sticks are becoming one of the brand's signatures and this one is definitely worth adding to your collection. The sheer tint is nicely buildable and blendable, and the finish looks so natural. Plus, it sticks around (especially on cheeks).
Paradise Dual Palette, $29 at Dear Dahlia
This nifty little compact actually surpasses dual use — it also includes a mirror and two shimmery shadows. When you consider the fact that the shadows can also be used to highlight and act as blush toppers, the options are pretty much endless. Oh, and did we mention that it comes in the prettiest marble-with-rose-gold-accents pint-sized compact ever?
Volumizing Lip and Cheek Tint, $39 at Nordstrom
This balm-like cheek and lip tint really does have a slight volumizing effect, especially on the lips. The emollience gives it a dewy finish which is so flattering and lifelike, you don't have to worry about the whole painted-on-doll-cheeks look with this baby.
Lip + Cheek Color Stick, $10 at Ulta
Sheer yet buildable and so affordable (especially if you happen to nab one during one of Ulta's many promotions). It's available in three shades, one of which doubles as a highlighter so you can really go crazy with the multitasking.
In theory, multitasking beauty products are genius. After all, they save space, time and money. In practice, however, it’s a bit tough to find multitaskers that can really, truly do two things as well as a regular product can do one thing — and therein lies the rub.
With that in mind, we’ve put together a list of dual-use lip and cheek products that are actually able to deliver on both fronts. And it turns out they come in all forms, from chubby sticks to glossy gel crayons to balmy pots — each good in its own way. So, if you’re looking to make your makeup routine (not to mention touch-ups) that much easier, read on for our favorite lip and cheek hybrid products.
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