What Foods Take The Kylie Lip Kit Off? I Put Them To The Ultimate Test & Here's What Happened — PHOTOS

She’s pretty much won over the entire world with her amazing lip products, and if you’ve been lucky enough to snag a shade or two, you’re probably finding out that they live up to the hype, much like I did. I really put my Lip Kit to the test, too. I'd heard about its long-lasting capabilities, but I wanted to know just how far it could go. You’re about to find out what types of foods remove the Kylie Lip Kit right along with me. And I mean, I really went all out here. I ate everything from Chipotle burritos to chicken wings, all while wearing my Lip Kit. I’ll use any excuse I can get to chow down on a burrito.

I ate breakfast, lunch and dinner for three straight days with that bright red Mary Jo K slathered on my lips, and I couldn't believe how well this lippie held up to most foods. After three days of going in on a variety of meals, I can attest to the fact it takes a lot — and I mean a lot — to rub off a Kylie Lip Kit. Apparently these lipsticks are built to last.

I couldn’t be more grateful for that fact, either. There’s nothing I love more than chicken wings and lipstick, and it's pretty magnificent when your two favorite things go together so well. I purposely chose foods I thought would cause the lipstick to smudge, so let’s see how my three days played out, shall we?

Disclaimer: These foods were in no way, shape or form eaten in a dainty fashion.

Day 1:

Before Breakfast:

At around 9:00 a.m., I slicked Mary Jo K onto my lips. And let me just tell you, the struggle of applying lipstick when you know your photo's going on the Internet is real. I was so paranoid that I'd wind up with my lipstick all lopsided and end up looking like one of Picasso's illustrations. Anyways, I think it turned out all right, and it was time to eat my first meal of the day.

The Food:

I had a muffin and iced coffee for breakfast because I thought taking bites out of a muffin might smudge the lipstick. Any coffee cup of mine usually winds up with smears all over the glass, so I this meal seemed like it would push this lippie to its limits.

After Breakfast:

After devouring my muffin, I went back into my bathroom to check on the lipstick. I did have to wipe away a couple of crumbs, but other than that, it really stayed intact. I did notice red smears on my food during breakfast, but there was no noticeable difference to me when I looked in the mirror.

Before Lunch:

I didn't have to reapply any color before lunch because my application from the morning was still going strong. I did dab a little bit of balm on my lips between meals because they felt a little dry, which is typical of matte lipsticks. But, with just a little balm, I was ready to eat some lunch!

The Food:

I had a salad and a sandwich for lunch because I thought this would be a great opportunity for smudging. There's no dainty way to shove lettuce into your mouth, and there's no way to avoid rubbing a little color off on your bread when you eat a sandwich. Needless to say, I was anxious to see how the Lip Kit would hold up.

After Lunch:

I swear there's no difference at all. You couldn't even tell that I'd put this Lip Kit through the ringer during my lunch break, so I was headed back to work quite pleased.

Before Dinner:

Here I am before dinner. I had brushed my teeth after lunch (still without messing up the lip color) But, because I knew what was in store, I went ahead and added one coat of Mary Jo K before dinner.

The Food:

Ahh, the ultimate test. Dinner was a Chipotle burrito, and I've never had a lippie last through that. And as you can see, there was some smearing going on only a few bites in, but I was more than ready to see if the lipstick could withstand a massive burrito. Pass the Tabasco, because I'm going in.

After Dinner:

OK, so as you can see the lipstick didn't exactly last through eating the burrito. A lot rubbed off from the middle of my lips, and I'd say it was definitely time for another application. While the Lip Kit didn't completely withstand the Chipotle test, I must say that the liner held on like a champ.

Day 1 Verdict:

I was very pleased with how well the color stayed on my lips throughout the day. I was surprised to see how well the lipstick lasted all throughout lunch, and while dinner wasn't as successful, I wasn't fully expecting it to be. The Kylie Lip Kit would pretty much be the love of my life if it could have lasted through eating a burrito. But, nevertheless, I was quite happy with the results, and still very much in like with this lippie.

Day 2:

Before Breakfast:

Around 9:15 a.m. I slicked some Mary Jo K on my lips for the second day of the experiment. I was more than ready to put my Lip Kit through the ringer yet again.

The Food:

I made myself a carrot cake smoothie for breakfast and ate it as I started my day at Bustle. I thought drinking something thick might smudge my lipstick some.

After Breakfast:

But, it really didn't mess it up much. There was a little removed from the corners of my mouth, but it wasn't really noticeable unless someone was getting really up close and personal while inspecting my lipstick application skills.

Before Lunch:

By lunchtime, my lipstick was still going strong. Let's see how this lasted through lunch after a few hours of wear, shall we?

The Food:

I cooked an egg in the middle of a bagel and had a breakfast sandwich for lunch, because breakfast for literally every meal is the best. I felt that a bagel sandwich would really push this lippie to its limits.

After Lunch:

And I was right! It did rub off a little bit of the color from my bottom lip, but overall, I was proud of how well this held up. Jenner really has done a great job with this lipstick. My lips did need a little touch up after eating this, but an after-lunch lipstick application is typically expected, you know?

Before Afternoon Coffee:

After I brushed my teeth and reapplied a layer of lipstick, I went to the coffee shop and shamelessly took selfies to document the event.

The Drink:

I wasn't expecting the iced coffee to ruin my lips or anything, but anytime you're drinking, you run the risk of smudging, you know? That's just the price you pay for a little extra caffeine.

After Coffee:

My lips were still holding up after coffee, although I did notice some slight smudging near the corners of my mouth. Overall, it was a successful caffeine dosage.

Before Dinner:

I fixed the edges of my lipstick, but I didn't need to reapply before dinner.

The Food:

It was a Thursday night, so there way no better way to celebrate than with homemade margs, ceviche and quesadillas. Besides, these seemed like foods that would take a toll on the Lip Kit.

After Dinner:

Honestly, I didn't notice a difference after my fiesta of a dinner. Apparently, chips and tortillas are no match for this lippie. *Life made*

Day 2 Verdict:

The Lip Kit didn't completely last through eating a bagel sandwich, but other than that, I was super impressed by how well this lipstick held up through eating. I seemed to consistently need to retouch once a day, but I still think that's better than, or at least on par, with most long-lasting lip products.

Day 3:

Before Breakfast:

By the third day, I did notice that I'd gotten pretty good at applying the Lip Kit. What started out taking me a painfully slow few minutes (because I was feeling the pressure) now only took me a few moments to get just right.

The Food:

I had a cozy breakfast consisting of iced coffee and blueberry oatmeal because I originally thought drinking and eating with a spoon would cause this shade to rub off, but by day three, I knew the Lip Kit pretty well, and I was thinking it would pass this test with flying colors (pun intended).

After Breakfast:

As I suspected, Mary Jo K was still going strong after breakfast.

Before Lunch:

This is the same lipstick from this morning, there was no need for a touch up before lunch. This lippie was more than ready for my lunch break.

The Food:

The lipstick passed the salad test two days ago, but this time, I paired it with soup. So, with two meals that used spoons in a row, I was interested to see how this lippie would do.

After Lunch:

The color didn't exactly stand up to my second spoon-fed meal of the day. The bottom lip definitely needed a touch up, but the top lip and all of the edges were still going strong.

Before Dinner:

I added a fresh coat of Mary Jo K for the test that was to come.

The Food:

On the menu for tonight: chicken wings. Oh yeah, I was going all in with this. How would the Lip Kit stand up to wings? I had no idea, but I was prepared to find out. Because I'm all about pairing chicken wings with lipstick. In fact, that sounds like a great name for a blog where food meets fashion/beauty. I call dibs!

Let me just say, this was a pretty horrific experience. I was so paranoid the entire time I was eating them. I kept asking my boyfriend "Do I have lipstick, like, all over my face?"

After Dinner:

And you know what? I didn't. That's the really surprising part. Aside from some smudging around the edges and a little loss of color along my bottom lip, the Lip Kit did fine throughout the meal. This was so much better than I could have ever expected.

Day 3 Verdict:

I needed another coat of lipstick after lunch and at least some balm to spread the color around a bit after dinner, but I was amazed at how well the Lip Kit stood up to the wings. This lippie did way better than any of the other lipsticks I own would have done with this main dish, although I can't say this is an experience I'd like to repeat. I was far too nervous the entire time I was eating, and I'd much prefer to actually enjoy my meal than be constantly worried about my lipstick.

Final Conclusions:

For three days, I really pushed the Kylie Lip Kit to the limit. It seems like foods that you have to bite into or use a spoon for will require at least one reapplication throughout the day. But, foods that you eat with a fork do great, and it really seems like the lipsticks will last through multiple meals before you ever have to do a touch-up. Reapplying once day isn't a big deal at all, if you ask me.

One thing that I really enjoy about this lippie is that you never have to worry about it staining your teeth. This matte lipstick really is as long-lasting as it claims to be, as it lasts through breakfast and lunch, multiple cups of water, and even a good teeth-brushing or two.

The Kylie Lip Kit may not be able to stand up against a Chipotle burrito, but then again, it'd practically be a work of magic if it did. I demanded a lot of this lippie over the last few days, and it didn't let me down.

So, if you don't own a Kylie Lip Kit already, get ready for the upcoming restock. Because you'll be eating your way through many foods without so much as a smudge in no time. If you're anything like me these Lip Kits will have you chomping away and looking good while doing it.

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And what more could you ever hope for in life?

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