The contents of a woman’s purse is a well-known phenomenon that’s been humorously addressed in pop culture. Different women have a different multitude of items in their bags, but lipsticks are usually something they all carry with them wherever they go, even if they don’t wear makeup every day. Lipstick can transform a person in only a few seconds, and it’s really easy to apply. Perhaps the fact that you don’t even need a mirror to put it on contributes to its steady popularity.
The variety of models, colors and quality of lipsticks that exist today is incredible. In order to help users make sense of their products, lipstick manufacturers place valuable information about their product on lipstick stickers. So, this tiny piece of paper can help consumers a lot when determining which lipstick to buy.
Some of the most important information about a lipstick can be found on the small round shaped label on one end of the lipstick. It typically includes the name and address of the business, lipstick line name, shade number and shade name, batch number or batch code (which actually shows the date the lipstick was manufactured), and net weight of the product.
Lipstick manufacturers don’t just randomly decide what to place on lipstick stickers. Each country provides a comprehensive guide to labeling lipstick products, and in the US these regulations are provided by the US Food and Drug Administration. According to this entity, all lipstick products sold in retail need to include information that states: 1) name of the product (i.e. lipstick), 2) name and address of the manufacturer, packer or distributor, 3) net quantity of contents, 4) ingredients, and all this information needs to be displayed according to specific FDA rules which can be found on their website. For example, ingredients can’t all fit on the tiny round label, so it’s either placed on a separate label on the lipstick itself, or more commonly on the lipstick packaging.
In cases that manufacturers don’t have documentation that proves their product is completely safe for use, they also need to include a warning on their lipstick label that says that “the safety of the product has not yet been determined”. There’s been some talk about the levels of lead in lipsticks, but the FDA has investigated numerous products by different manufacturers and determined that there is no reason for concern in relation to this issue.
Easily Label Your Homemade Lipstick with Labeley
Labeling lipstick is not as complicated if you’re making lipstick at home for your own use. You might wonder why you’d need to label it at all, but there are several reasons:
The sticker will help you keep track of how old your product is
It will help you organize it among your other makeup items
If you have more homemade lipsticks than one, you’ll definitely need a label sticker so you can quickly identify the shade you need
Also, if you are giving the lipstick away as a present, you really cannot do a sloppy job of presenting it without a proper, visually appealing and informative label.
The funnest and quickest way to create a neat looking lipstick sticker is with Labeley. This online label maker provides a range of shapes (including the lipstick’s typical round shape), sizes and background image and color options, as well as numerous fonts, so matching the sticker with lipstick’s inviting features is not a challenge in any way. It’s simply fun and useful.
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