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Taylor Swift’s Lipstick Didn’t Budge an Inch While Celebrating the Chiefs’ Win With Travis Kelce

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Taylor Swift is a woman of many talents, even when it comes to beauty. The superstar celebrated the Kansas City Chiefs’ AFC Championship win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, January 28, by engaging in some postgame PDA with boyfriend Travis Kelce. Aside from the big win and cute moment, viewers couldn't help but notice that Swift's signature red lipstick stayed put the entire evening. Throughout all the cheering, sipping on drinks, and celebratory smooching, her lipstick didn't budge an inch.

<h1 class="title">AFC Championship - Kansas City Chiefs v Baltimore Ravens</h1><cite class="credit">Patrick Smith/Getty Images</cite>

AFC Championship - Kansas City Chiefs v Baltimore Ravens

Patrick Smith/Getty Images
<h1 class="title">AFC Championship - Kansas City Chiefs v Baltimore Ravens</h1><cite class="credit">Patrick Smith/Getty Images</cite>

AFC Championship - Kansas City Chiefs v Baltimore Ravens

Patrick Smith/Getty Images

This is not the first time her long-lasting makeup has made headlines. During the first leg of the Eras Tour last year, Swift performed in the pouring rain during her stop at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, where her makeup miraculously stayed in place for three hours.

Everyone from Swifties to beauty fanatics searched the internet to figure out what products she used to keep her makeup flawless. The singer is notoriously mum about revealing her beauty secrets, but judging from the times she has publicly confirmed which red lipstick she uses, it's fair to call out a few possibilities.

The most likely lipstick is Pat McGrath's LiquiLust: Legendary Wear Matte Lipstick in Elson 4, which McGrath used on Swift for the “Bejeweled” music video. The shade is described as a “vivid blue red” that has “a weightless, comfortable feel and velvety full coverage.” Judging by photos, Swift's lipstick last night certainly fits the bill.

In reviews of the lipstick on Sephora, customers also shared their long-lasting, smudge-free experiences. “The matte finish lasts all day, but isn't drying at all. It doesn't move and get all over the face either,” wrote one user, while another added, “It doesn’t smudge because it has a matte finish and not only that but it’s also kiss proof so kiss them freely without leaving stains on their face.”

Pat McGrath Labs LiquiLust: Legendary Wear Matte Lipstick in Elson 4

$34.00, Sephora

Another possibility is an oldie but a goodie: Dragon Girl by Nars. Swift famously wore this matte pencil lipstick to the 2014 Met Gala, which was shared in a photo posted by Karlie Kloss at the time. A brick red shade with a “velvety matte finish,” Dragon Girl is also known for its long-lasting formula.

Pat McGrath's LiquiLust: Legendary Wear Matte Lipstick in Elson 4 is currently sold out (in the shade she wore in “Bejeweled”), but you can find similar smudge-free picks below.

Nars Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Dragon Girl

$19.00, Nars Cosmetics

Stila Stay All Day Long Wear Liquid Lipstick in Beso

$24.00, Ulta

Nyx Lip Lingerie XXL Long-Lasting Matte Liquid Lipstick in Untamable

$10.00, Ulta

Sephora Collection Cream Lip Stain Liquid Lipstick in Red Velvet

$15.00, Sephora

Ariana Yaptangco is the senior beauty editor at Glamour. Follow her @arianayap.


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